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  • noun Plural form of grillade.

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Examples

  • With the thin slices of beef I sometimes add a sliced green sweet pepper and it cooks up just like the famous "grillades and grits" we used to enjoy for breakfast in New Orleans.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • With the thin slices of beef I sometimes add a sliced green sweet pepper and it cooks up just like the famous "grillades and grits" we used to enjoy for breakfast in New Orleans.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • With the thin slices of beef I sometimes add a sliced green sweet pepper and it cooks up just like the famous "grillades and grits" we used to enjoy for breakfast in New Orleans.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • With the thin slices of beef I sometimes add a sliced green sweet pepper and it cooks up just like the famous "grillades and grits" we used to enjoy for breakfast in New Orleans.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • I would ask about "grillades and grits," since I'm not familiar with Louisiana cooking, but I'm afraid that would get us an off-topic lockdown.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

  • With the thin slices of beef I sometimes add a sliced green sweet pepper and it cooks up just like the famous "grillades and grits" we used to enjoy for breakfast in New Orleans.

    Another wonderful meal, muy mexicana

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