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August 2002 Issue
Marinades
by Ronda L. Halpin
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People everywhere love to grill. But there's something very special about food that's been marinated and then grilled. Whether you call it your Secret Sauce or Flavor Booster, marinades take grilling to another level. And, while there are many high quality marinades available at markets everywhere, there's something wonderful about a marinade that you make yourself. So, this month, we're asking you to share your favorite marinades for the grill. If you want to describe them, that's fine ... but we'd all love it even more if you give us an ingredient list or, better yet, a recipe!

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