grilled : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  cook over a grill
  • v  examine thoroughly
    the student was grilled for two hours on the subject of phonology
  • s  cooked by radiant heat (as over a grill)
  • s  cooked over an outdoor grill

  • The grilled baby pike served with olive rice Tucked into a former laundry room in a softly lit corner of Singapore's Regent Hotel, Iggy's doesn't exude the flash one would expect .
  • For one seller, it proved quite lucrative: a grilled-cheese portrait of the Virgin Mary fetched $28,000 from the casino when it sold on eBay in 2004.
  • What would you rather eatplain grilled chicken or flame-broiled chicken with a garlic rub? Scrambled eggs or farm-fresh eggs scrambled in butter?.
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  • Rick Bayless in Bradenton Herald
    For me, it needs to be grilled and have a nice balance between bun and meat,said Bayless, who recently prepared President Barack Obama's second state dinner. "Too much of either isn't good, nor is too many add-ons. Balance is key, both in...
  • Martin Truex in USA Today
    I grilled out for all the guys in the coach lot after the race last Sunday night and they were about an hour and a half late for supper,said Truex, whose win came in June at Dover. "Not only did they get it done in time, they did a great...
  • Anthony Bourdain in MSNBC
    I very much don't want her to fall into a groove where she wants a grilled cheese sandwich with the crusts cut off and nothing else,said Bourdain, host of Travel Channel series "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations."

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