Symptoms: Sweating, coughing, confusion, bad taste in mouth. Diagnosis: Failed attempt at a summer barbecue. Prescription: A home remedy from James LoCascio of Barclay Prime. Want your meats to taste meatier, your fish to grill swimmingly? Throw together this go-with-anything, foolproof Mexican marinade. (The recipe below is enough for two average portions.) Ingredients: 1 T. each chopped parsley, tarragon, chives, rosemary, and cilantro 1 T. olive oil 1 T. grapeseed oil Zest of one lime Directions: 1. Combine all ingredients. 2. Rub into meat or fish. (Gently!) 3. Grill. Cooking make you reach for the meds? You’re in luck: Barclay Prime is offering Deluxe Grilling Packages through Labor Day. For a few Benjamins, you can get dinner for up to six, including a selection of appetizers, salads, choice steaks, sides, and a whole pie. Order 24 hours in advance. If you’re really under the weather, fork over $7,500 to get dinner for ten, a 30-inch Viking grill, and LoCascio himself. You can keep the grill. But, please, release the chef. Barclay Prime, 237 South 18th Street (215-732-7560).