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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of griddle.


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  • The food is also worth a taste, with local specialities such as griddled fish and sardines likely to be on the menu.

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  • The meal is prepared and patted into a circle (one of the great strengths of Colombian cuisine is that they seldom experiment; this can be boring but whatever else Colombian cuisine is, it is reliable: the arepa does not come in squares or triangles or octagons, always as a disk), buttered and griddled.

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  • Now there are arepas that are griddled and then stuffed (arepa rellena) with meat or wrapped around a sausage or with scrambled eggs in the midst thereof, and you can get those on any semi-reputable street corner.

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  • It is like the enigma of the chicken bones: so many chicken bones there must be in a city whose digestion can be said to be maintained by the continual passage of the meat, the grease and cartilage of this roasted, boiled, stewed, grilled, griddled fowl.

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  • Meh, they both cook their burgers on a griddle, and all griddled burgers are so-so, only flame grilled is truly a great burger.

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  • I opted for Italian spices in a medium house blend beef burger with lettuce, tomato, griddled onion, and a fried egg on a pretzel bun.

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  • Though all traces of the flour should be incorporated, resist the temptation to break up the lumps; they will disappear once the waffle mixture is griddled.

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  • On one page she's profiling a Colombian woman who sells arepas griddled cornmeal patties beneath a Queens subway overpass after midnight on weekends and who needed her son to translate Ms. Shouse's questions.

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  • Still, temptation comes in many forms: coffee, water, cigarettes, the smell of griddled meat wafting from a street vendor's cart.

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  • In consequence, her heart seethed from the pressing love of gravity, and some of this griddled the surface.

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