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- adjective Cooked on a barbecue.
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- adjective Cooked in a
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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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.
His wife, Ellen, calls barbecued mullet “a gathering recipe,” one that is made for parties.
In that room, Corporate stood behind a table in white aprons, ladling out "barbecued" turkey and mashed potatoes.
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.
It looks like some kind of barbecued chicken sandwich, topped with a roasted tomato and crisp bacon, served with a glass of sweet tea.
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.
Sensing this, the brothers threatened her, telling her she and her two children could be "barbecued" when their home went up in flames.
It also goes well with other highly seasoned dishes, such as barbecued pork or blackened fish.
"Beats making ice packs," says his mom, who has been making his favorite meals, such as barbecued steak and salad.
Deer-steak threaded on switches and "barbecued" over the coals is delicious.