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  • adjective Cooked on a barbecue.

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  • adjective Cooked in a barbecue
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of barbecue.

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  • adjective cooked over an outdoor grill


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  • "These are called barbecued moon rocks," he shouted, straining to be heard over the buzzing of a chainsaw.

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  • His wife, Ellen, calls barbecued mullet “a gathering recipe,” one that is made for parties.

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  • In that room, Corporate stood behind a table in white aprons, ladling out "barbecued" turkey and mashed potatoes.

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  • By June, most of the processed food in the district schools will be gone, replaced by Oliver's from-scratch menus, which include dishes such as barbecued chicken and brown rice with carrots, raisins and orange dressing.

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  • It looks like some kind of barbecued chicken sandwich, topped with a roasted tomato and crisp bacon, served with a glass of sweet tea.

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  • This used to be a bar, Kenyans after work gathered traditionally for a Tusker beer and a food here called nyama choma, which is a kind of barbecued meat.

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  • Sensing this, the brothers threatened her, telling her she and her two children could be "barbecued" when their home went up in flames.

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  • It also goes well with other highly seasoned dishes, such as barbecued pork or blackened fish.

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  • "Beats making ice packs," says his mom, who has been making his favorite meals, such as barbecued steak and salad. - The reconstruction of Mike Lieberthal

  • Deer-steak threaded on switches and "barbecued" over the coals is delicious.

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