from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cooking device equipped with a rotating spit on which meat or other food is roasted.
- n. A shop or restaurant where meats are roasted to order.
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- n. A cooking device on which food is roasted on a rotating spit
- n. a shop or restaurant selling food cooked in this manner
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a restaurant that specializes in roasted and barbecued meats
- n. an oven or broiler equipped with a rotating spit on which meat cooks as it turns
Warner should be a great pickup in rotisserie leagues, especially since he's facing a San Diego team that can be exploited in the air.
Latin American rotisserie chicken is also becoming more popular, as young people in particular look for 'comfort food with a twist', that they also perceive to be healthy.
The first I call the rotisserie metaphor: one doesn't just do poorly on an exam: he or she (in vaguely increasing degrees of heat) gets smoked, lit, torched, burned, toasted, fried, baked, roasted, or sizzled.
Everything on the menu was good, and inexpensive, but I zeroed in on their specialty, pollos a la brasa, aka rotisserie chicken.
They completely rebuilt it, what's called a rotisserie rebuild, from the ground up, with noted hot rod designer Chip Foose being the design chief of it.
We used a wood burning oven and a rotisserie which is where the inspiration for the pizza we make at Otto came from.
In addition, Suzuki will showcase a Road Race Motorsports Kizashi with Road Race's signature handling and performance mods; a "rotisserie" display showcasing the Kizashi's underbody performance hardware; a body-in-white Kizashi display showing the vehicle's world-class construction; and an Equator concept truck, with off-road upgrades provided by ICON Vehicle Dynamics and the Corona Cartel.
The car's body is on the shop's "rotisserie," or rack, which can rotate 360 degrees and stop at any angle.
The grilled and rotisserie chicken have both reduced in price, I have no idea why, but it was a nice surprise.
In my area, chicken is very common -- grilled, rotisserie, con mole, but not fried.