barbecued barbecued  /ˈbɑr bɪ ˌkjud/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) cooked over an outdoor grill

Usage(s):

  1. Is this really the blackened, barbecued soul of America exposed? A brand new confederacy of dunces unearthed? Americans make temptingly large targets for satire these days .
  2. Other dishes, like a succulent barbecued lamb chop garnished with pecans and cpes, benefit from Icelandic husbandry: the island's sheep spend their summers grazing freely in .

News

  1. Secret to great barbecued baby back ribs at home

    It has been years since I learned to make competition-worthy barbecued baby back ribs. And I still consider myself lucky to have learned from some of the best in the business.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Port Clinton News Herald

  2. Here's the secret to great barbecued baby back ribs at home

    It has been years since I learned to make competition-worthy barbecued baby back ribs. And I still consider myself lucky to have learned from some of the best in the business.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Eureka Times-Standard

  3. Meat selection, seasoning, smoke the secrets to great barbecued baby back ribs

    It has been years since I learned to make competition-worthy barbecued baby back ribs. And I still consider myself lucky to have learned from some of the best in the business.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: The Columbian

Quotes

  1. "We need to return to the egalitarian values that made Australia great, embodied in our national dish: the barbecued lamb chop," Sam says. "A chop tastes the same in a designer outfit as it does in stubbies and thongs. Which reminds us you...
    on Jan 7, 2009 By: Sam Kekovich Source: Weekly Times Now

  2. "The hors d'oeuvres, but I'm the main course," Rove said. "Some Democrats would love to have me barbecued."
    on Mar 5, 2009 By: Karl Rove Source: Kansas City Star

  3. "That means that Peter Garrett has effectively barbecued Bartlett this year," Senator Milne said.
    on Jan 5, 2009 By: Christine Milne Source: ABC Online

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