from The Century Dictionary.
- Cross-barred; made in the form of a grill; specifically, said of the flat surface of an engraved plate which shows short bars or cross-bars of white lines.
- Roasted on a gridiron.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Cooked on a grill.
- adjective As if cooked on a grill.
- adjective Fitted with a
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- adjective cooked by radiant heat (as over a grill)
- adjective cooked over an outdoor grill
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This weekend while out shopping I found myself suddenly craving a big greasy cheeseburger smothered in grilled onions.
Meh, they both cook their burgers on a griddle, and all griddled burgers are so-so, only flame grilled is truly a great burger.
The amount of HCAs formed in grilled meats typically triples if meats are cooked well done rather than medium well, she noted.
Similarly, Esquire magazine's Eat Like a Man blog celebrates "foods that men love and … ways that men eat", embracing the idea of gendered eating as a way of marking out their masculinity in grilled meat.
Then it's home to make potato salad and grill veggie hotdogs on the grill - which we'll have smothered in grilled onions and peppers.
Thinly sliced and covered in grilled onions and slices of American cheese, it was really tasty, making me wish I had just gone with a double steak & cheese.
Iended upgoing with the pork chops, which werepretty thick andcovered in grilled onions (the way all meat should come at a latin food place!).
Churrasco, covered in grilled onions and chimichurri, black beans, rice and maduros (sweet fried plantains).
A couple blocks from Baird's museum is The Rosebery restaurant, an exceptionally fine establishment that specializes in grilled sea bass.
They had of course met Vera before this evening though she had never served them dinner, never entertained them, never told them stories of her travels and anecdotes about her famous political friends, never, in short, grilled them like an expert interrogator.