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- v. Present participle of grill.
- n. A thorough interrogation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cooking by direct exposure to radiant heat (as over a fire or under a grill)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Confusing BBQ with grilling is much like confusing showers with baptism.
The hardest part about grilling is getting the timing down.
President Obama then greeted a group of high school students, donned a white chef's apron with the presidential seal and assisted celebrity Chef Bobby Flay in grilling the food that would be served.
Fireplace grilling is awesome, resourceful and yields great results.
On a side note: Butcher shops here in Germany are almost exclusively staffed by women, though eating meat/grilling is most definitely a stereotypically male activity.
If a rack of ribs for grilling is what you want, make sure to ask the butcher not to cut them apart.
But I kinda thought it would hit anyone interested in grilling and barbecuing.
Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy today faced a grilling from the public in a televised interrogation.
I had a half hour grilling from the Student Council which was highly entertaining.
Although the season for outdoor grilling has just begun north of the border, here in Mexico grilling is done nearly year-round.
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