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  • But our adventurers did not wish to be detained so long, and therefore adopted another mode of curing it -- that was by "barbecueing" it slightly over a fire.

    The Boy Hunters

  • Teriyaki glazes have appeared next to barbecue sauces on supermarket shelves for years, but today one of the biggest trends in American barbecueing and grilling is trying to capture the complex and authentic flavors of the grilling traditions of Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and other Asian countries.

    The Grill Looks East

  • The bomb consisted of two alarm clocks on the floor of the back seat with wires connected to two contraptions: the first, a can with 20 to 30 M-88 firecrackers in between two one-gallon gas cans on the back seat; the second, three propane canisters commonly used for barbecueing and a large metal gun locker in the cargo area.

    Police Trace SUV in Bomb Plot

  • So I guess we ran for nearly an hour then spent a good 2 or 3 hours barbecueing and drinking beers.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger Lite 17 April.

  • And I adored Alfama, there was an amazing atmosphere when I went last June, there was some festival and the locals were barbecueing sardines in the streets every evening.

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  • We all appreciated the risky, non-traditional move she took in barbecueing a pizza rather than a super meaty entry.

    How the Highbrow BBQ Cook-Off Was Won

  • Someone had brought out an old iron grill and set it up over a campfire on the lawn of the town park and was busily barbecueing fresh venison, shot earlier that afternoon.

    Thunder and Ashes

  • We inhaled fresh air and detected here the scent of a bonfire and there the aroma of hamburgers barbecueing close by.

    Treasure in Strange Places

  • Nero never said “MWA-HA-HA!” when barbecueing dangerous subversives from Near-East mystery cults.

    dustbury.com » Quote of the week

  • Unfortunately, often true, and not only in barbecueing.

    At My Table

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