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Is there a simple way to grill fish, without out all the extra things. Like put your fish in some aluminum foil with a marinate and eat from the foil wrap?

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Grill Fish for David Homewood

Grill Salmon or any fish which holds together well. Marinate in 1 cup strong burbon 1/4 cup brown sugar.
1/4 c soysauce. Place all in a plastic bag. Let stand 30 min. or overnight. Skin side down, Place on foil dull side up. Place on medium high grill, cook until the fish is flakey. A long spatula will seperate skin from fish easily. The skin will be black and stuck to the foil. Serve with lemon or favorite sauce. Also good without sauce.


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