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July 2002 Issue
Summer Grilling
by Ronda L. Halpin
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July is the most popular month for grilling and many a backyard barbeque or company picnic in the park will occur this month. Depending on your tastes, budget and patience, everything from burgers to whole roasted pig to vegetable kabobs will grace grills everywhere to get kissed by the flame. Whether you are looking for spicy grilled chicken or a more mellow foil-wrapped salmon fillet, grilling adds a delectable flavor that's hard to get without an open flame and a pair of spring-loaded tongs nearby! So, in this month that's dedicated to the lovers of the flame, we're asking about your favorite grilled fare. Share your choicest ingredients with us or, better yet, grace our pages with a favorite recipe or two!

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