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In & Out of the Kitchen: Cook meat, marinade in foil to retain flavor and keep moisture in

Slathered with a ketchup and barbecue sauce marinade, onions and spices, this steak is ready for a "sauna" inside an aluminum foil wrap that is headed for the summer grill. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette reporter)
Slathered with a ketchup and barbecue sauce marinade, onions and spices, this steak is ready for a "sauna" inside an aluminum foil wrap that is headed for the summer grill. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette reporter)
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When people consider marinades, they often give chicken, steaks and shrimp long soaks in tomato, citrus, beer and wine mixtures. I’ve got another way, and it’s a perfect fit for summer. Instead of soaks, I put my steaks into quick savory “saunas” on the outdoor grill. All you need is a little imagination, a few sheets of aluminum foil and about 30 minutes in front of the fire. This week, a couple of small loin ...


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