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Flank Steak with a Port Wine Marinade

Submitted by: Amber 
Home Town: Garberville, California, USA
Living In: Santa Rosa, California, USA
Flank steak is marinated in a port, citrus, and honey marinade before being grilled to perfection. 
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Adel's Red Wine Steak Marinade

Submitted by: Adel Blake 
This is my grandfather's favorite steak marinade. 
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Red Wine Marinade

Submitted by: Lol 
Full-bodied and robust, this marinade can take on just about any cut of beef. A mixture of red wine, olive oil, oregano and lemon juice does the trick. For best results, marinate the lucky meat in the fridge overnight. 
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Pork Marinade

Submitted by: sal 
A sweetened mustard, chile and pineapple flavored marinade for your pork recipes. 
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Pork Tenderloin Marinade

Submitted by: Auntie KK 
Living In: Blaine, Minnesota, USA
This is a very simple, but very tasty marinade for pork tenderloin. My husband also likes it on Ribs. Can be served with any kind of potato, or rice and vegetable. 
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Korean Marinade

Submitted by: Curlie 
This is a great marinade for beef short ribs, chicken, or steak. Serve with steamed rice, beer, and kim chee. 
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Teriyaki Marinade

Submitted by: DIANEG38 
A basic teriyaki sauce with a hint of sherry. 
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Bowler Beef Marinade

Submitted by: Krista Bowler 
This is a great marinade for different beef cuts. We use it on steaks that we want to grill. Has GREAT flavor and keeps meat tender and moist! Allow time to marinate for at least 6 hours. 
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The Perfect Marinade

Submitted by: Christina Suggs 
Every cook needs a simple, all-purpose marinade that works for a variety of meats or vegetables. And here you go! Italian-style salad dressing is punched up with soy sauce, lemon juice, sesame seeds, ground ginger and garlic. 
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Teriyaki Marinade III

Submitted by: Denyse 
Easy and wonderful teriyaki marinade for barbeque or roasting. For a zestier marinade, use lime or lemon juice; for a milder version, use water. If you would like to use the marinade as a sauce, you can boil it after removing the meat and add a little slurry of cornstarch and warm water to thicken it. When I make the sauce, I usually add some sesame seeds for looks. You can add fresh or ground ginger if you like, too. 
 
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