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July 2004 Issue
Marinating: The Grill's Friend
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Every summer, people look to their grills to help them make delicious, hassle-free meals. And grills can do just that ... with a little help. There's nothing like a marinade to bring flavor to your and retain moisture in every bite. Marinades truly are your grill's best friend!

While there are as many kinds of marinades out there as there are different tastes, a good marinade does include a handful of components that allow it to successfully lend flavor and moisture to food. Here are the key components to look for in a good marinade:

 
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