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The Marinade Encyclopedia brings you over 100 recipes for liquid marinades, sauces and brining liquids. A marinade is a seasoned liquid, rub or paste, often acidic, applied to poultry, meats, seafood or vegetables before cooking to add flavor, or to tenderize tougher cuts of meat. Marinades were originally used as preservatives to prevent food from spoiling as quickly, but are now known for the great variety of flavors they can bring to just about any dish! This is your go-to book for planning any meal that you want to spice up with a unique or classic marinade, whether you're cooking for yourself or for many.
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Book Description Kitchen Advance, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1938653076