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July 1999 Issue
What's On Your Grill?
by Ronda L. Halpin
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There's something wonderfully contagious about grilling. You're out one evening taking a walk when it hits you -- the wonderful aroma of food being cooked on a grill. Before you know it, you're firing up your grill and then...well, you know where this goes. Soon the whole neighborhood is grilling.

And why not? Grilling is fast, healthy, and tasty. You definitely should be out there cooking your food. So now the only question is: "What's on your grill?" It's your turn to tell us all about your favorite grilled foods, swap recipes and give tips on how to make grilling perfect every time. And, if you have a question or concern about your grilling technique or that long-lost recipe, toss that one out too. The answer could be right around the corner!

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