Grill example sentences








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"Grill" Example Sentences

1. Alex and Jonathan planned to grill steaks for lunch.
2. Okay, want me to grill up some steaks?
3. I'm sure there's some lighter fluid around here but your grill is gas so you don't need it.
4. "You said you wanted to grill her further but she'd been drinking too much," Fred said.
5. The campfire grill tripod is camping's "sliced bread" because it keeps your knuckles out of the fire, your hotdogs clear of a crisp, and your hands free to do other things like play guitar and sing for entertainment while dinner's cooking.
6. Are you going to continue to play detective and grill the poor woman, or is this a fun trip?
7. Regardless where you decide to go camping or the type of campfire conditions you face, there's always a way to set up a campfire grill over your fire so that you can enjoy the flavors and the fun of cooking over an open wood burning fire.
8. Dutch oven-Usually used with a tripod to hang over the fire, you can also place a Dutch oven over a low grill directly above a the campfire, and add whatever you want to cook into the pot, like soups and stews, beans, potatoes, and more.
9. However, if you take steps to remove rust relatively quickly after it forms and follow through with steps to prevent additional rust from developing, you can keep your grill looking great and functioning effectively for a very long time.
10. If you leave your grill outside during the winter but only use it during the spring and summer months, it's essential to keep it covered to reduce the potential for damage that can make them difficult to clean or even render them unusable.
11. grill for a few minutes to brown.
12. A new bar and grill area serves pizza, burgers, seafood, salads, specialty drinks and wine.
13. Enjoy the entertainment while the chef chops, slices, dices and cooks the food on a grill right in front of you.
14. Shall we have hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill?
15. Fred spent most of Sunday in his room either read­ing or playing with his notes until Dean had enticed him out by the smell of two steaks slapped on the outside grill.
16. - Part of the "Eleanor Grill."
17. He's not only seen Howie's flying saucer but he had proof, pictures with little green men, and an owner's manual to their ship, and, by his definition a self-centered jerk with most of his brain somewhere on an Interstate highway or a motor home grill stands in his way from announcing his findings and waiting for a call from the Nobel committee.
18. As Dean was firing up his grill, Cynthia handed him the portable phone.
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21. This over in the game is out in the grill nobu Arian.
22. Basteon over half the pineapple juice mixture then grill on one side for 8 minutes, basting once or twice.
23. BBQ grill just outside their room.
24. Beige grill should be moved first, then the two securing clips push inwards.
25. The rear fan has a simple blowhole protected by a fan grill, which I much prefer over the old cut out grill.
26. Boil water or grill anything.
27. The grill can also be swung away from the heat or removed entirely which converts the barbecue into a traditional brazier.
28. Brown under the hot grill.
29. Burner cooker, oven and grill and electric fridge.
30. Ceramic hob, oven, grill, microwave, fridge with freezer section.
31. Grill the vegetables over Direct High heat until lightly charred, 6 to 8 minutes, turning once halfway through grilling time.
32. The big grill allows you to grill 2 medium sized chicken breasts as well as vegetables and fruits all at the same time.
33. Can also be grilled under a hot grill, turning from time to time, or amidst the hot cinders of an open fire.
34. All kitchens are equipped with fridge, full size cooker, grill, toaster, kettle, cooking utensils and matching crockery.
35. Cooker with two ovens & grill, Fridge, Microwave, Electric kettle, Toaster, Electric water heater.
36. Cooker with grill, fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, dish washer, washing machine.
37. Cooker hob, the grill or a microwave.
38. Four burner cooker, oven and grill and electric fridge.
39. The Grill Room is lavishly decorated with mirrors held up by caryatids and ceilings covered in rococo curlicues.
40. Drip tray slides out easily from the front of the grill.
41. Equipped with dishwasher, 4 ring ceramic hob, oven, grill, microwave, fridge with freezer section.
42. The first job was to remove the front facia, so I could get to the grill burner.
43. Use cooked leeks in savory flans or wrap slices of cooked ham around cooked leeks top with cheese sauce and brown under a grill.
44. Grill until pumpkin flesh is very soft, about 1-1/2 to 2 hours.
45. Foil over the grill pan.
46. Foreman grill and some steak, and he's the master!
47. The cooker has 4 burners, grill and oven; and is either free-standing or built-in.
48. Built-in electric oven and grill, built-in gas hob, built-in fridge and built-in dishwasher.
49. Place salmon steaks in center of cooking grate of fully smoking grill or smoker.
50. When the fruit is well chilled, preheat the grill until it is very hot.
51. There is also a hinged chrome grill included for occasional cooking.
52. Cook on a grill over moderately hot coals or under a preheated hot grill for 10 - 15 minutes.
53. Cook under a pre-heated grill for about 5 minutes on each side or to your taste.
54. There is a beige grill which pivots about the side of the case, this reveals the cream PCI Sockets.
55. Cook steaks on a hot grill with a little butter to your liking.
56. A Very nice looking white color fan with the shiny stainless steel fan grill.
57. grill pans are covered with foil they won't absorb a fishy smell.
58. Place the grill rack over gas or charcoal grill rack over gas or charcoal grill or barbecue.
59. January 2004 - Bob Brewer has fitted the radiator grill.
60. The maker's stated specification is a ' 0.25 mm aperture grill pitch ' .
61. grill with 4 ring hob.
62. grill for 8-10 mins turning once until cooked through.
63. Hibachi grill.
64. Hinged chrome grill included for occasional cooking.
65. Kitchen has built-in oven with separate grill, hot water gas heater, 4-ring hob, fridge a lots of storage.
66. Warm under the grill for a few moments, if you like, then drizzle with 1 tsp honey.
67. Enjoy a latte from Starbucks or a deluxe breakfast buffet in Traders Grill.
68. The water was high; it lapped the grill like a child sucking a lollipop, lovingly, longingly.
69. Chicken equivalents can be rather dry, Salmon seems to come alive with flavor once marinated, retaining it's juiciness under the grill.
70. Grill over Indirect Medium heat until well marked, 6 to 8 minutes, turning once halfway through grilling time.
71. Mesquite wood burning oven as the main cooking method alongside the charcoal grill.
72. The Guinea Grill, Mayfair W1 The Guinea Grill is located in a quiet mews in Mayfair, just off of Berkeley Square.
73. Currently the three main types of microwaves are the standard microwave oven, the microwave with a grill and the combination microwave oven.
74. These came in various assortments including a mixed grill and a vegetarian variety.
75. Naan bread under the grill for the last 2 minutes of cooking time to heat through.
76. Enjoy a meal in the Savoy Bar and Grill and enjoy a nightcap in the Savoy Bar.
77. Outdoor on the barbecue Grill over medium coals, skin side down until the skin is crispy, 5 minutes.
78. Oven with a grill, four plate electric hob and an extractor hood.
79. The report mentions that 26% of all fires were caused by fat or oil catching fire and 16% by grill pans.
80. KITCHEN / DINING ROOM Open plan kitchen well equipped with 4 ring gas hob, oven and grill, coffee percolator and fridge.
81. Quarter the peppers, remove the stem and white pith and lay them skin side upwards on a foil lined grill pan.
82. Place under a preheated grill for 6-8 minutes, turning occasionally until tender and golden brown.
83. Includes tray and chrome plated, height adjustable grill which comes apart for easy cleaning.
84. Some top aroma tips are to put a vanilla pod in the oven or grill a coffee bean.
85. Poolside grill.
86. Dot with butter, sprinkle with extra chili powder, and quickly brown under the hot grill.
87. Preheat the grill to its highest temperature.
88. Preheat grill Spray grill grate with cooking spray to prevent sticking.
89. Radiator grill.
90. Instead of welsh rarebit we had a very pleasant variant made with stilton melted in Port wine then browned off under the grill.
91. How you make it First lightly toast two thick slices of the tiger chest bread then grill two rashers of the bacon until crispy.
92. While this is cooking, boil or steam some broccoli and grill 2 turkey rashers, cutting into bite-sized pieces once cooked.
93. Grill 2 seeded and halved red peppers under a hot grill until the skin is blackened.
94. If you do not have a rotisserie, grill the ham over Indirect Low heat for 2 to 2-1/2 hours.
95. Suit good all- rounder with experience, particularly of grill.
96. Salamander grill and far left, the dishwasher area.
97. Shove the whole lot under a grill on full power for a few minutes at the end!
98. Sizzle away on George Foremans versatile Double Champion indoor/outdoor grill - NOW WITH FREE STAND!
99. Cuisine Galleria buffet-style main restaurant, La Terrace poolside snack bar, Amadeus lobby bar and the Patio grill bar.
100. Designed for a cheeky barbecue for two, the small grill looks more like an alien spaceship than a cooking device.
101. Meanwhile, grill or sear the tuna steak in a pan.
102. The terrace grill is an effortlessly stylish barbecue with an unusual contemporary design.
103. Remove sweet potatoes from grill; sprinkle with salt.
104. Grill over a hot barbecue or pan sauté in 1 tablespoon butter and 1 tablespoon butter and 1 tablespoon vegetable oil.
105. Tenderloins from the grill and cover loosely with foil.
106. Teriyaki marinade and freshly grill it.
107. Use a toaster rather than the grill to make toast.
108. Tortilla in the microwave or under the grill.
109. Heat 1 large soft flour tortilla in the microwave or under the grill.
110. Vanilla pod in the oven or grill a coffee bean.
111. Toast 50g (2oz) shelled walnuts under a hot grill.
112. We now can't boil water or grill anything.
113. However it has the ultimate cooking combination, including a wok, a grill, a hot plate, and stove.
114. Wok ring and hot plate, double oven and separate grill compartment with matching extractor hood over.
115. The grill over the tomb of Queen Eleanor at Westminster, by Thomas de Leghton, made about 1294, is a remarkable example of skill in welding and modelling with the hammer (see fig.
116. Instead of Welsh rarebit we had a very pleasant variant made with stilton melted in Port wine then browned off under the grill.
117. Cooking - The Range Grill has three traditional burners plus a rotisserie burner for spit roasts.
118. Picture shows the 12 gas rings, salamander grill and far left, the dishwasher area.
119. For a nice brown top you can shove the whole lot under a grill on full power for a few minutes at the end !
120. Let 12 burgers sizzle away on George Foremans versatile Double Champion indoor/outdoor grill - NOW WITH FREE STAND !
121. Remove sweet potatoes from grill; sprinkle with salt.
122. Grill over a hot barbecue or pan sauté in 1 tablespoon butter and 1 tablespoon vegetable oil.
123. Remove the tenderloins from the grill and cover loosely with foil.
124. If you opt for the Oriental, only then will we take the salmon filet from its teriyaki marinade and freshly grill it.
125. Use a toaster rather than the grill to make toast.
126. Rangemaster with 4 standard gas rings, wok ring and hot plate, double oven and separate grill compartment with matching extractor hood over.
127. Barbecue: Fire up the grill to cook ribs, burgers, and hot dogs.
128. Would you like a place to grill out on and entertain guests?
129. Gas grill buying tips can help you find the grill of your dreams without unnecessarily draining your pocket book.
130. Knowing what type of grill works best and the best time of the year to buy them will keep you smiling during grilling season.
131. Before you lay down your hard earned cash, take time to stop and think about what type of grill would best suit your needs.
132. There are several things you should ask yourself honestly before you buy the latest gas grill with all of the bells and whistles.
133. Do you grill on weekends, or just occasionally during the warm weather season?
134. When you grill, do you feed a small family, or a herd of hungry friends and neighbors too?
135. Do you have a lot of room on your patio for a grill, or will you have to buy one that will fit in a certain area?
136. Do you love to go to a lot of tail gate parties and need a portable grill?
137. All of these things will factor into what type of gas grill best suits you, especially when you have limited space for your new grill.
138. One of the most important gas grill buying tips is to buy a quality grill, no matter what size you are shopping for, because of the amount of money usually required to buy one.
139. No one wants to have a gas grill that they have paid several hundred dollars for fall apart after the first season of grilling.
140. Char-Broil 45,000 Btu Gas Grill with an average price of $250.
141. The big selling point for this gas grill is the additional infrared rotisserie that is found in much higher priced models.
142. The best feature of this grill is the actual grilling surface, which is the same as any regular full-sized gas grill, not a heating plate surface.
143. You can fit 8-9 hamburgers on the 280 square inch grill, making grilling for a small crowd easy.
144. This is a high-end grill for the frequent griller that enjoys the outdoor cooking experience.
145. The things that make this grill special are the 293-inch cooking surface, a smoker box, an infrared rear-mounted rotisserie that can accommodate a turkey and a 145-inch warming rack.
146. The best time to buy a gas grill is usually before the summer begins or in the fall in order to take advantage of sale prices.
147. If you purchase a gas grill at the peak of summer, you'll definitely pay premium prices.
148. You don't have to shell out a lot of dough to get a good gas grill.
149. If you only grill a few times during the summer, consider purchasing a less expensive model and purchase a nice cover to protect it.
150. Sometime during the day, you'll probably get hungry and there are several fast food and restaurant options for you including Burger King, Cajun Grill, El Pollo Loco, Panda Express, Sbarro, Subway and more.
151. If you are in the mood to sit down and relax then enjoy Arena Sports Bar & Grill (within GameWorks), Garcia's Mexican Restaurant, Joe's Crab Shack, Rainforest Café and more.
152. For a backyard camp-out, keep it simple and plan to cook hotdogs and marshmallows over a hot grill or fire pit (if zoning allows) on a long skewer.
153. You can use it as a chiminea to make a fire and roast marshmallows, [or it] can be used as a grill to make hotdogs and hamburgers.
154. Once cooking outside meant running back and forth to a portable grill, but today's outdoor kitchens are much more than that.
155. A Cooking Station - In addition to a grill, most outdoor kitchens include counter space, a sink, cabinets, and some sort of refrigerator.
156. The most important element of your outdoor kitchen is the grill.
157. The grill may be simple or it may rival the best industrial kitchen.
158. If your tastes tend toward the artistic or eclectic, then look for a grill that is beaten up and rusted.
159. If you prefer a less bold look, than hang a new grill on the wall.
160. Participants give up a more concrete payment for a chance at something large, whether it's a top-of-the-line grill or a significant cash prize.
161. When summer rolls around and the culinary trends head to cooking outdoors, beef kebab with zucchini is a delicious choice for the grill.
162. This recipe is especially good for those who wish to break from the typical burgers and hot dogs on the grill.
163. Grill onion on a greased rack set six inches over the simmering coals.
164. Grilling - Grill over indirect heat using a drip pan.
165. Salmon makes a great grilled dish that everyone will love, and cooking it in a pouch will prevent it from drying out or falling through the grill grate.
166. Grill for about 15 minutes, checking to make sure the fish is cooked through.
167. Will you have a kitchen or grill nearby, or will you be cooking your food beforehand to take to a remote location?
168. Independence Day is the perfect time to fire up the grill and flex your barbecue skills.
169. Barbecued Salmon - If you're looking for something a little lighter than red meat for your grill, consider salmon.
170. Toss a few on the grill and don't forget the buns.
171. Grilled Mushrooms - If you've got vegetarian guests, why not grill up some mushrooms?
172. These accompaniments are easy to make and will go great with almost anything you decide to grill.
173. Grilled Asparagus - Veggies are a great addition to your barbecue repertoire, and asparagus is particularly tasty straight from the grill.
174. Grilled Tomatoes - Tomatoes also shine on the grill and can make a great side to hearty meat dishes.
175. Carrots, Celery, and Olive Salad - Don't forget a salad to round out all of the hearty food coming from the grill.
176. Regardless of your sauce options for your steak recipe, rub a bit of oil onto the grill and heat it up for a couple of minutes before placing your meat down.
177. Mario Batali, the superstar TV chef and author of many cookbooks, fills his newest Italian Grill with simple ways to make great smoky Italian food.
178. You can make the sandwich using an indoor grill such as a George Foreman grill.
179. Place on the hot grill and close the top.
180. Press the grill lid down to compress the sandwiches.
181. If the weather is favorable and you have a grill, it's a great idea to use it.
182. Preheat your grill to high heat on one side and low heat on the other.
183. Oil the grill with a little vegetable oil.
184. Place salmon filets, flesh side down, on oiled grill and cook for three minutes.
185. Brush with more glaze and flip the filets again, this time placing on the low heat half of the grill.
186. Knowing how to grill vegetables is especially useful when summer barbecue season comes around, but grilled veggies are also tasty at any time of the year and make a wonderful side or ingredient for a main dish.
187. Generally, they take less time to cook than meat, and since any vegetable can be prepared at the grill, they're also quite versatile.
188. There are several different ways to learn how to grill vegetables, but the end result is the same--delicious!
189. A grill basket is a handy tool that keeps veggies together on the grill and makes clean-up easy.
190. Before pouring vegetable slices into your grill basket, brush the basket with olive oil or spray it with cooking spray.
191. Place the basket on the grill, and allow the vegetables a few more minutes of cooking time than you normally would, since they may not catch quite as much heat in the basket as they would right on the grill.
192. Grilling veggies in aluminum foil preserves their natural juices more successfully than many other methods, and it's the least messy of the grill strategies.
193. Finally, wrap each piece of foil tightly in a neat package, and place it on the grill.
194. Vegetables in foil may not have the same smoky aroma or taste as those cooked right on the grill, but they're just as tender and flavorful.
195. It's easy for some veggies to slide through the grill cracks and fall into the coals, but you can prevent that from happening by skewering veggie slices and pieces together on kabobs before you place them on the grill.
196. Using skewers is one of the most common methods of grilling vegetables because it offers an appealing smoky flavor but tends to be cleaner and neater than placing veggies right on the grill.
197. If you want beautiful grill marks and a lovely smoky flavor to your vegetables, it's worthwhile to cook them directly on the grill, although the process may be a bit messier than other methods.
198. Brush the vegetables with a generous coating of olive oil, and use tongs to place them directly on the grill grid.
199. Preheat the grill before putting the veggies on it so it's ready to go in time.
200. For vegans or vegetarians using a grill that's also cooking meat, to avoid cross-contamination use the foil method of grilling vegetables.
201. Green, leafy vegetables don't usually grill very successfully since they have such a thin consistency they blacken quickly and dry out.
202. If veggies seem to stick to the grill, brush them with more olive oil while they're cooking and before you rotate them.
203. Cook veggie burgers or tofu alongside vegetables on the grill to round out a meal with some extra protein.
204. Every master of the grill should know how to grill corn on the cob.
205. It starts to lose sweetness as soon as it is picked, so for the best results, grill your corn quickly.
206. If you don't plan to throw your corn on the grill immediately, refrigerate it.
207. There are a couple of different ways to grill your corn, but through any way you do it, you'll end up with an amazing grilled vegetable everyone will enjoy.
208. Grill for approximately 15 minutes with the grill lid closed.
209. Arguably the best way to make corn on the cob is to grill it in the husk.
210. Make sure no kernels are exposed to the grill surface.
211. Grill for about 15 minutes with the grill lid down.
212. By learning how to grill corn on the cob, you can bring a new and nutritious tradition to your family gatherings.
213. Grill pineapple chunks, slices, or rings and serve with other vegetables or fruits.
214. After all, you want to avoid giving the couple their 15th George Foreman grill or a wedding photo frame they put in a yard sale.
215. Bring a volleyball net to play pool, and have plenty of food for the grill and music.
216. Don't forget the grill for brats and burgers, as well as a cooler full of chilled soda and beer.
217. Throughout the day, other dining options include a Lido grill and nearby taco bar, round-the-clock room service, afternoon teas, and specialty coffees.
218. Chops Grill: This steakhouse has seating both inside and out.
219. It is also flammable, so do not apply it to your pet next to a grill or open flame.
220. Even if you don't expect to do much entertaining, outdoor kitchens are a nice option that will keep your house from getting too warm when you do your summer cooking.You don't have to be limited by a basic charcoal grill either.
221. Other fireplaces are smaller boxes built to have a grill fitted over them for cooking.
222. If you really want to cook on your wood fire, then an option that makes your fireplace more like a grill or an oven will be the right choice for you.
223. Some of their products are even fire resistant, which can be a priceless feature in the event of a small fire started by a grill or fire pit.
224. Do you want to preserve a great view or is it going to be a place to grill and hang out?
225. Install a roof and you can grill during a summer storm, enjoy some shade on a hot day and increase the comfort level of the area.
226. Roast the peppers on the grill until the skins begin to darken.
227. Periodically check the car's front grill vents and tailpipe to eliminate clogs.
228. They may eat an apple right out of the grocery bag, have a slice of pizza that was left out all night or grill and eat a hamburger that is cooked very rare.
229. Never use a charcoal or propane grill indoors or in any enclosed area, including tents.
230. Place the grill away from house sidings and deck railings.
231. Do not use a grill under low-hanging branches or the eaves of buildings.
232. Clean the grill after each use, removing any built-up deposits of fat or grease.
233. If you use a gas grill, check all connections before lighting it.
234. If you use a liquid charcoal lighter fluid, never pour, spray or squirt it on a lit grill.
235. Other flammable liquids should not be used to start an outdoor grill.
236. Keep the liquid fire starter away from the lit grill and other sources of heat.
237. Do not leave the grill unattended when in use.
238. If flames become too high when cooking, close the grill cover to cut off the oxygen supply to the fire.
239. Dining options offer a varied selection designed to meet the taste and mood of residents from day to day whether it is something from the grill or a sweet treat at the ice cream parlor.
240. Squire's Grill - From fresh stew in a bread bowl to an eggnog cheesecake, this little shop of delights is a must-visit for Christmas Town goers.
241. By and large, most people use propane to grill because it's easier and less messy.
242. I personally think asparagus, red bell pepper, zucchini, and green onions are absolute heaven on the grill too!
243. What this means: If you have a Chardonnay that is light, fruity, and fairly delicate, you would lose all of that if you paired it with veggies hot off the grill.
244. Whatever you do, fire up your grill and don't be afraid to get some inexpensive tasty wines to go with a great meal!
245. This Chard has a little residual sugar which pairs well with zesty foods, and the fair amount of oak truly matches up with smoky flavors from the grill.
246. For that, you'll either need a lot of patience and a good fire or a stove or grill.
247. Campfire grill tripods are usually lightweight and easy to carry to the campsite.
248. They're not too expensive (on average, they're between $20.00 and $30.00), but it's nice not to have to buy a new campfire grill every time you go camping.
249. Whether you like to take camping trips or you prefer to enjoy the great outdoors in your great backyard, you can find a campfire grill tripod to suit your needs.
250. Tripod Grill: On this one, you can suspend your food closer or farther from the fire to get the desired temperature.
251. Like the Coghlan's Grill, this one has an adjustable chain and will hold your lantern later.
252. Rome's Original Tripod Grill: This is versatility at its finest when it comes to cooking over an open fire.
253. has a grill for the low price of $20.95.
254. Some of the recipes don't even require a grill and use things like broomsticks over hot coals instead.
255. There are also recipes conducive to a campfire grill, like California 3-Bean Chili.
256. You can think of it like the gas grill you have at home.
257. Water, a scouring pad, or grill brush, along with some Comet will do the trick.
258. If you enjoy cooking out and you don't want to worry about whether or not the campgrounds have built-in grills, invest in an iron grill for campfire cooking to take along on all your trips.
259. When selecting a grill, it's a good idea to choose one that is as versatile as possible.
260. For example, if you select a grill that is safe for use on both wood and charcoal fires, you'll be able to enjoy using when you cook over an open campfire or on a charcoal grill.
261. Backpacking Considerations: If you're a backpacker, it's important to choose a grill that is particularly lightweight and that folds to the smallest possible dimensions.
262. As it is not likely that you'll carry along a bag of charcoal when you go backpacking, it's fine to choose a grill that isn't acceptable for charcoal usage if you only plan to use it in the backcountry.
263. Special Needs of Fishing Enthusiasts: If you're camping trips often involve fishing, and you love to enjoy your fresh catch for dinner, it's a good idea to consider a grill basket that you can use to prepare your bounty at your campsite.
264. Many people select oblong grills for use in outdoor cooking, but it can often be beneficial to choose a round campfire grill.
265. Adjustable Grill Options: If you're concerned about how to control for the unpredictability of open fire flames and how they might impact your cooking, you may want to select an adjustable option.
266. You'll need to pack a few accessories to fully enjoy your new campfire grill.
267. Once you find a high quality campfire grill and use it a few times, you'll probably become addicted to open fire cooking.
268. Many campers stop bothering with cooking on the charcoal grills found at many campsites when they learn how to prepare meals with their iron grill for campfire cooking.
269. When you use a gas grill or Coleman stove to prepare your meals in the great outdoors, you enjoy the benefit of being able to turn the flame up or down as needed.
270. If you're preparing burgers, chili, or anything else that has to be cooked on a grill or in a pot, you don't have the option of constantly moving the food around by hand to keep up with the movement of the campfire.
271. The type of grill you choose can have a significant impact on the results of your campfire cooking efforts.
272. Stationery Grill: With a stationery grill, it can be difficult to make sure that food stays just the right distance from the fire while it is cooking, often resulting in edges that are a bit more crispy than the chef would prefer.
273. If you use a stationery grill, you're likely to find that your food ends up either undercooked or overcooked.
274. Adjustable Grill: If you select one of the many available adjustable campfire grills for your outdoor cooking needs, you are able to safely and effectively control how your meal is positioned in or above the flames.
275. Because flame levels can be difficult to predict, the best way to control the proximity of your meal to the flames is by using a grill that lets you move the grill grate up and down during the cooking process.
276. Some adjustable grill models also have an arm that allows you to swing your food in and out of the flames, for greater control and serving convenience.
277. If you plan to do much campfire cooking, and you don't want to limit your culinary efforts to hot dogs and marshmallows, it's a good idea to start taking an adjustable grill along when you go camping.
278. You may be able to find an adjustable grill at your local camping supply store.
279. Once you select an adjustable grill, you'll be sure to have fun experimenting with it during your next camping trip.
280. Be sure to take along several different types of meals to prepare, as well as the utensils and camping cookware that will make it easy for you to break in and enjoy your new grill.
281. There are eight single unit sites with tables and [[Open Grill Outdoor Cooking Recipes|cooking grills].
282. Apply oil on the campfire grill to prevent the foods from sticking to the outdoor cooking grate.
283. If you are taking a grill with you, or if one will provided at the campsite where you are staying, you may want to take along meat and vegetables that can be cooked over an open fire.
284. It's also a good idea to take foods that you can enjoy without having to fire up the grill.
285. Main courses - Take meats that you can cook on the grill or prepared deli slices that you can use to make sandwiches.
286. Choose vegetables that you can use to create salads, use as toppings for burgers and other main courses, and that you can wrap in foil and cook on the grill.
287. The type of grill that you use over an open campfire depends largely on your campfire setup.
288. There are a number of campfire configurations, and placing a metal grill over the fire for cooking requires a number of considerations.
289. The grill should be adjustable so that you can increase or decrease the distance from the hot coals.
290. Access to adjust the grill should be possible from a safe angle, away from the fire itself.
291. The grill should be sturdy enough to handle one to three heavy cast iron pans without bending or buckling from weight.
292. Now that you have a good idea of the sort of campfire setup you'll face, you can decide what sort of campfire cooking grill you'll want to bring along with you.
293. If you're going camping at a typical campground where there is a picnic table and a campfire ring available, the odds are good that there's already a grill attached to the fire ring.
294. Most commercial campsites purchase the iron campfire "ring" with an attached cooking grill that adjusts in height or flips away from the fire ring.
295. Standard Grill Grate - Setting up a perfect wood-burning grill doesn't have to cost a fortune.
296. If you're willing to put the labor into building your own campfire pit, then a standard replacement gas or charcoal grill grate is sufficient.
297. Build up a pile of large stones at the rim of the pit, and then place your grill grate on top of this.
298. Tripod Grill - If you want a little more flexibility to adjust the grilling temperature, then you might want to consider purchasing a tripod.
299. Portable Grill - If you don't have to travel light, then you might consider bringing a portable charcoal grill with you.
300. If the portable grill is deep enough, you could even use them to burn a normal wood fire, and when the flames die down, replace the grate and cook over the embers as you normally would.
301. A portable grill will take up some space, but it will also allow you to enjoy a campfire, and cook over it, without impacting the land itself.
302. Place four large rocks the size of your grill around the perimeter of the fire.
303. Place the grill brought from home on top of the rocks or bricks.
304. Once you have the grill in place, use it to cook hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken, or steak.
305. The grill can be used in conjunction with a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven to cook pancakes, stews, pasta, taco meat, eggs, or bacon.
306. Shish kebabs are easy to make on a campfire grill.
307. Brown the shish kebabs on your grill, turning periodically to cook all sides, for about 20 minutes.
308. The new S'mores Campfire Grill Basket solves both of these problems when you assemble your S'more place several in the basket and hold it over the fire to melt.
309. Skewers, also known as camping forks, to cook hot dogs and marshmallows takes up a lot less space than a grill, skillet, tongs, and metal spatula.
310. A portable grill has folding legs for flat storage.
311. If you are staying in a campground, your campsite will probably have a fire circle, pit, or in ground grill where you can build a fire to use for cooking.
312. Cook your hamburgers on your portable grill grate until well done.
313. If your portable grill grate does not have legs, use four rocks or bricks to balance it over the fire.
314. Cook your hotdogs either on the grill grate or use long handled skewers.
315. Put the dinner into the fire on the outer edge of the coals for approximately 30 minutes or on top of the grill grate.
316. Use your grill grate to cook the spaghetti sauce and the pasta.
317. Drop a little bit of dish soap in the largest pot and bring the water to a boil on top of the grill grate over the fire.
318. Then clean out the largest pot and the grill grate.
319. However, many items can be cooked over an open fire if you have a metal grill.
320. The main reason to suspect CO poisoning is evidence that fuel is being burned in a confined area, for example, a car running inside a closed garage, a charcoal grill burning indoors, or an unvented kerosene heater in a workshop.
321. Heat grill on high and carefully oil with a paper towel dipped in vegetable oil.
322. If you grill food, serve it on a clean plate, not on the one that held the raw meat, poultry or fish.
323. To make this plan work all you need is to find a volunteer to work the grill cooking up burgers to order.
324. Since most guys love to grill, it has something to do with the leaping flames, finding a grill master shouldn't be a problem.
325. I feel the best way to beat the heat is with a grill full of food and a handful of frozen drink recipes.
326. This technique is usually used when cooking a filet mignon in an oven or on a grill.
327. Place the tails meat side down on the grill.
328. There have even been books written about the significance of pregnancy dreams like, Dreaming for Two: The Hidden Emotional Life of Expectant Mothers by Sindy Greenberg, Elyse Kroll, and Hillary Grill.
329. Lovely, popular hotel provides its guests with 251 guestrooms to choose from, jogging trails, a full-service fitness center and the terrific Bayside Bar and Grill for dinner and lunch.
330. Head over to John's Grill on Ellis near Union Square.
331. This version has a break-through windshield and a breakaway grill.
332. Introduced with the Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine, a small grill that makes it easy for anyone to prepare low fat meals quickly, the line has expanded to include a number of additional small appliances.
333. The George Foreman Grill is an electric grill that allows people to cook healthy, grilled foods indoors.
334. The Cuisinart Electric Grill and Griddle is one of the smaller griddles on the market-it's only 18".
335. However, the plate is reversible, and so you can use it to grill indoors or as a griddle.
336. The George Foreman Grill, often referred to as the Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine, is a staple in many households.
337. Once you learn the basic directions for using your grill, you'll likely use it to prepare main and side dishes on a regular basis.
338. Set your grill on a dry and flat surface such as your kitchen or island counter.
339. Position the grease tray in front of the grill to catch the dripping fat.
340. Make sure that the grease tray is positioned correctly because excess fat will drip out from a small opening near the grill's handle.
341. Plug your grill directly into a power outlet.
342. Locate the power switch along the edge of the grill and turn it on.
343. Open the grill and lightly grease the grill plates with non-stick cooking spray or pat or brush them with some cooking oil.
344. Allow the grill to warm up for a few minutes to achieve appropriate cooking temperature.
345. If your grill includes this feature, a light will indicate the readiness of the grill plates when they have reached the right temperature.
346. Place the food you'll be cooking on the grill and then shut the grill to start the cooking process.
347. See George Foreman Grill Cooking Times for approximate lengths.
348. Keep in mind, however, that foods cooked through the George Foreman Grill cook three times faster than most cooking methods because the two grill plates can cook your food simultaneously.
349. When done, remove the food from the grill, turn the switch off, and unplug the grill.
350. Allow the grill to cool down before handling it.
351. It is very easy to make many common dishes and snacks using the George Foreman Grill once you know how.
352. Place the sandwich on the preheated grill.
353. Check every few minutes until the sandwich is completely grilled; it won't take long before the grill toasts both sides of the sandwich and melts the cheese.
354. Remove the grilled sandwich from the grill using the plastic spatula and place your sandwich on a plate.
355. Turn the grill on and if it includes a temperature setting, adjust it to the appropriate level.
356. Drain the chicken before placing in the grill, making sure that it is not dripping in marinade when you place it on the grill.
357. Place the chicken on the grill and close the lid.
358. George Foreman grill is a useful kitchen appliance that can help you to prepare some easy-to-cook, delicious, and healthy grilled meals.
359. This frees up the space and time for cooking the meat and vegetables on the grill.
360. If you do not want to put your barbeque to rest during the winter, consider grilling meat year round by performing electric grill comparisons and buying an indoor grill.
361. The grill includes an auto shut off mechanism, micro safety lock, and grease cup.
362. The Cruisinart GR-4NAM is a 5-in-1 grilling machine offering all of the benefits of a contact grill, Panini press, grill, griddle, and grill/griddle combination.
363. The housing of the grill is stainless steel and offers heat resistant handles with adjustable hinges to accommodate thicker foods.
364. The Teflon nonstick grill plates are dishwasher safe and drain the grease into a built in tray.
365. All of the removable components are dishwasher safe and the grill features temperature controls and indicator lights.
366. The Panini maker doubles as a contact grill, suitable for cooking chicken, fish, and hamburgers.
367. The grill utilizes a 1800-watt heating element, which cooks the Panini's and sears the meat perfectly.
368. The grill features flexible temperature adjustment, built in thermostat, and 106 inches of nonstick grilling surface.
369. The Hamilton Beach MealMaker Express Grill is a multipurpose electric grill capable of preparing various meals, including breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
370. Whether you are making French toast or grilling a hamburger, the MealMaker's flat double-sided grill is waiting for you.
371. With 216 inches of grilling surface, you can fit everything you need for the meal on the grill without dirtying extra dishes.
372. The grill features removable grill grates, dishwasher safe drip tray, and a compact design.
373. The automatic timer turns the grill off after the food cooks.
374. The Breville Indoor BBQ Grill has a powerful 1500-watt heating element that hides inside a beautiful stainless steel exterior.
375. The grill uses a proprietary nonstick aluminum grill that offers 368 square inches of scratch resistant cooking space.
376. Users can adjust the grill's plates, temperature, height, and tilt to position the device for optimum cooking and comfort.
377. The grill has a 15-minute on board timer with a dishwasher safe drip tray.
378. The George Forman 360 is more than an electric grill as it transforms into a pizza oven, quesadilla press, omelet maker, and pancake griddle.
379. As a culinary instrument, the grill is great for small environments.
380. The grill includes an adjustable grate, so users can angle the grill to let the grease drip down into the removable tray.
381. The grill utilizes a powerful 1500-watt heating element that is hot within a few minutes.
382. The grill cooks food on a nonstick Teflon surface and the removable inserts are dishwasher safe.
383. The grill is ideal for apartments or complexes where you cannot use a gas or charcoal barbeque.
384. The grill stands six inches high off the ground or can be placed on a tabletop for indoor cooking.
385. As with other Forman grills, the grease and fat drips into a dishwasher-safe tray while the food cooks on the 17-inch grill.
386. The grill is hot and ready to sear meat in ten minutes and includes a MegaDome cover with an adjustable vent and cool-touch handles.
387. Electric grill comparisons indicate that most of the grills utilize similar features and have the same amount of power.
388. The way in which you will use the grill influence the final purchase, for example, the George Forman 360 and Breville grills, are best for indoor barbequing.
389. An electric griddle, or simply a flat grill, is a short cooking device that resembles a pan.
390. The griddle plugs into an outlet and heats the grill more consistently than burners on a stove top.
391. If a Delonghi electric grill is on your kitchen small appliances wish list, then you have quite a few choices to consider.
392. The first things you must decide are which features and functions you need incorporated in your electric grill.
393. If you enjoy cooking with cast iron, then this is the grill for you.
394. This tray aids in keeping the grill smokeless, an important feature for any indoor grill.
395. The Perfecto Indoor Grill not only has a non-stick grilling surface, but also a non-stick drip pan that's removable and easy to clean.
396. If you want a no-guessing grilling experience, then this may be the perfect grill for you.
397. This grill has something special for home chefs who enjoy wood flavors, herbs and spices.
398. The Aroma Scenter is an added feature that is built-in to the grill and can hold flavored wood chips, herbs right out of your garden or your favorite spices.
399. If you seek the next level of a gourmet grilling experience, then this is likely the right indoor Delonghi grill for you.
400. If you're looking for a smaller version of the Healthy Grill, this model is more economically priced.
401. This grill model has a sleek design with an adjustable thermostat.
402. The grill plate is made out of enameled cast iron and comes with a removable, stainless steel, grease drip tray.
403. The Indoor Grill and Broiler is a unique design concept because it consists of two tiers.
404. You can grill your steaks and at the same time prepare toasted bread or warm up a side dish or two.
405. You're sure to find many uses with this versatile two-in-one grill combo.
406. The Retro Panini Grill is perfect of making grilled sandwiches.
407. You can also grill meats, fish, chicken, and vegetables.
408. Officially titled the George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine, the device that is typically referred to as the George Foreman Grill is an electric indoor grill used for cooking.
409. Invented by Michael Boehm, the George Foreman Grill has enjoyed great commercial international success with over one hundred million units sold worldwide.
410. The company who is responsible for the grill, Salton, Inc., was searching for a celebrity spokesperson for its healthy grill and Foreman was a natural fit.
411. Of course, the grill needs to be plugged in and turned on.
412. The grill has several settings, ranging from low to high.
413. The grill features ridges to give food the look of grilled food and is tilted in such a way to allow the fat from the meat to drain away into a trough.
414. This design is why the George Foreman Grill is considered a healthy alternative to frying or broiling meat.
415. The way the grill is designed allows it to have dual contact with items being grilled, that is, the grill's heat touches both sides of the meat at the same time.
416. It only takes 4-10 minutes to thoroughly cook any type of meat with this grill.
417. See George Foreman Grill Cooking Times for specific instructions for various types and cuts of meat.
418. Keeping the grill clean is essential to successful use of it.
419. The grill should be cleaned after unplugging, but while it is still hot, put a wet paper towel in the unit and close it.
420. After about a half hour, wipe the grill down with the paper towel but be sure to protect your hands with oven mitts.
421. With a sponge, clean the grill's surface with soap and water.
422. After cleaning, be sure to let the unit air dry before closing the grill.
423. The grill needs to be kept clean, and keeping it clean is much easier to do immediately after using it as allowing food and grease to build up and dry out makes cleaning a much more difficult task.
424. Knowing how to operate a George Foreman grill involves understanding both what makes the grill special, and learning the recipes and cooking times for your favorite foods.
425. Like any other grill or oven appliance, knowing how to operate a George Foreman grill is vital to making a delicious and tasty meal for you and your family to eat.
426. More than a decade ago, George Foreman introduced the Lean, Mean, Fat Reducing Machine, commonly known as The George Foreman Grill.
427. This product is an electric indoor grill that can cook foods on both sides simultaneously, reducing not just its cooking time but excess fat as well.
428. This is made possible by two non-stick grill plates that are set on an angle, allowing excess oils or fats to drain out while the food is being cooked.
429. Since its initial introduction to the public, the grill has revolutionized itself in many ways.
430. Regardless of which model you have, the same basic instructions apply for knowing how to operate a George Foreman grill.
431. First, set your grill on a dry and flat surface such as your kitchen or island counter.
432. Locate the power switch along the edge of the grill.
433. A light will indicate that the grill is already warming up.
434. The two grill plates can cook your food simultaneously.
435. Excess fat will drip out from a small opening near the grill's handle.
436. Keep in mind, however, that foods cooked through the George Foreman Grill cook three times faster than most cooking methods.
437. To clean the grill, scrape the plates with the plastic scraper provided with the product.
438. You can wipe the grill using a damp cloth or paper towel to remove any other debris from the grill.
439. It won't take long before the grill toasts both sides of the sandwich and melts the cheese.
440. Turn the grill on and if it includes temperature setting, adjust it to the appropriate level.
441. Place the chicken on grill and lose the lid.
442. The manual that comes with you grill should provide you with further instructions if needed.
443. Fortunately, the grill is generally relatively intuitive to use, so you'll be enjoying home-cooked meals with just a few minutes of learning.
444. The George Foreman Grill, also known as the George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine, is an indoor and electronically heated grill.
445. Since the grill was introduced in 1994, over one hundred million of the small appliances have been sold.
446. The George Foreman Rotisserie is another type of George Foreman Grill.
447. Find out how you can use this type of grill by learning some basic George Foreman Rotisserie instructions?
448. There are a number of different ways to actually cook when you use the grill.
449. Once you slide the wheel off, you can insert the meat onto the meat tines on the grill.
450. If it is not locked in place, the grill will not be able to turn properly.
451. Make sure when you place your meat onto the meat tines, that the grill is not turned on and that the grill is not plugged in.
452. Alternatively, you can use either the skewers or the flatter grill container to cook.
453. Both these options come with the George Foreman Rotisserie grill.
454. If you are cooking something that might be more difficult to insert onto the meat tines, such as thinner vegetables or fish, then you might want to try using the flatter grill container.
455. Simply open the flatter grill container, and place your food in the center of the container.
456. Close the container, and attach it to the grill.
457. You can attach it to the grill by sliding the ends of the bars of the flatter grill container into the grooves on the bar.
458. Insert the skewers into the food that you want as a part of your kabob, and the insert the skewers back onto the grill.
459. You can insert the skewers back onto the grill, after you make sure the rotisserie assembly is in place first.
460. After you have properly placed your meat on the grill, using whichever cooking apparatus that you have chosen make sure that the drip tray is below the meat.
461. The grill has a timer, which you can set depending upon the type of food that you are cooking and how well done you want your food.
462. After that time, you can remove the food from the grill.
463. Using the remover tool that comes with the grill, you squeeze the handles and lift the rotisserie up and out.
464. If you're interested in a wealth of options for healthy cooking at home, you might consider the George Foreman Rotisserie Grill.
465. You may be able to find an exceptional deal on a gently-used grill.
466. You can even grill vegetables in this countertop oven.
467. This is also a good pick for anyone who needs extra oven space to prepare large meals or who wants to grill vegetables and fish right in the kitchen.
468. George Foreman grill parts and accessories make it easy to create a tasty meal without all the fat of other cooking methods.
469. Foreman has turned this grill into a multi-million dollar enterprise, with several grill models and accessories available for purchase.
470. Learning how to use this type of grill can help you prepare nutritious meals quickly and easily instead of resorting to fast food or pre-packaged meals.
471. Each George Foreman grill has several basic parts.
472. The outer casing houses the electrical components of the grill and provides a casing for the cooking components of the product.
473. When you open the grill, you place the food on one side of the grill.
474. You then close the lid, which puts the other side of the grill in contact with the food.
475. The drip tray for the grill goes under the grill to catch any grease and drippings from the food you cook.
476. The grill plates, spatulas and drip pan are all removable and dish-washer safe.
477. You can use the top or bottom dishwasher rack for the removable grill plates.
478. You should not submerge the outer casing in water since it contains the electrical components of the grill.
479. Once you learn how to use your George Foreman grill parts the right way, it will make cooking easier.
480. Some product owners note that the hinges on the back of the grill lid seem loose at first.
481. The manufacturer explains that this occurs because they designed the grill to accommodate meat cuts of varying thickness.
482. If you trim your food to the same thickness each time you use the grill, it will make for more consistent cooking.
483. When cooking red meat or poultry on the grill, the meat may stick to the grill during cooking.
484. One way to prevent this is to spray the grill plates with cooking spray before turning on the grill heat.
485. This prevents sticking and makes it easier to clean the grill after you use it.
486. Some users recommend putting a layer of wet paper towels on the grill after use.
487. This makes it easier to clean the grill once it has cooled down after cooking.
488. If you use the grill to cook a greasy food like bacon or sausage, use a larger dish than the drip pan that comes with the grill.
489. Burgers and grilled chicken are obvious food choices for this grill, but you can also cook other foods to perfection with this product.
490. You can grill vegetables by adding olive oil and seasonings to red onions and other vegetables.
491. Healthy desserts are a breeze to make on the grill, as you can slice peaches, plums or fresh pineapple and cook them on the grill.
492. Cook them just until the sugars in the fruit caramelize, remove them from the grill and serve them with ice cream.
493. The George Foreman grill also makes an excellent bread and pastry warmer.
494. Occasionally, one of your George Foreman grill parts might break.
495. You can also purchase an entire used grill, which allows you to replace your damaged or missing parts and gives you a backup for other parts that you may need in the future.
496. If the grill stops powering on, it could indicate the need for a new fuse.
497. With proper care and occasional repairs, you can expect to prepare tasty meals with your Foreman grill for many years.
498. This type of grill uses only infrared burners for all grilling needs.
499. Your grill or cooker may utilize a direct heat source such as gas or wood, or indirect electric.
500. If you use a dedicated rotisserie grill, then you'll simply place the meat inside on the rack, set the desired temperature and close the lid.
501. Our old people are very vulnerable to attacks because they cannot afford to install security lighting, extra-strong doors or window grills.
502. I was subjected to an exceptionally intelligent grilling from someone aged only 15.
503. Improved external doors, grills and locks were also fitted, and security pillars were installed to monitor and control access into the building.
504. If that review leads to increased protection, and, better grills, safes and screens for the smaller post office, that is all well and good.
505. There are many hotels which have restaurants, grills and bars which open on to the streets and are intended to serve residents of the town.
506. I begin by saying that somebody seems to be grilling toast and it is burning.
507. I am pleased to report that the sale of steaks for grilling and frying has almost resumed the level that existed before the crisis started.
508. They were trying to benefit from some of the warm air coming through the grills from the underground station after it had been closed.
509. The problem will always be one of maintenance, and the problem of the blocking of vents, grills, air bricks and of eliminating draughts will be with us for many years.
510. However, if, as in the mid-1960s and early 1970s, asbestos has been used for lining such things as heater cupboards or outlet grills, the dangers are greater.
511. Garnishes vary but usually include chopped onion, cilantro, various salsas, grilled green onions, and lime wedges.
512. Deep-frying is not very typical, but grilling especially different kinds of meats is very common.
513. The park has several lakes, camp shelters with charcoal grills, and playgrounds.
514. Fish are also eaten baked, with or without vegetables, or fried whole or in slices, or grilled over coals, and served with different sauces.
515. They are boiled, stewed, grilled, stuffed, and cooked with meat and with rice.
516. Activities available include, fishing, kayaking, paddle boating, and canoeing; lakeside picnic tables and grills are available and scenic trails surround the lake.
517. There are two methods of plank cooking; grilling (roasting) and oven (baking).
518. Usually, the chicken is marinated with mixture of spices pastes, sometimes kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and then grilled.
519. They can be roasted, grilled, fried, baked, braised, or smoked.
520. The sides of the tomb each have windows, also covered in bronze grills.
521. The series included brass-plated parts such as headlamps, grills and bell covers.
522. Most often they are steamed, water-simmered or grilled over charcoal, the latter of which are referred to as char-dogs.
523. The most popular cooking method for food prepared using a spice rub is grilling.
524. The dish can be grilled outdoors on a grate until charred and soft, or may be cooked whole directly on glowing coals and then peeled.
525. All sites have tables, grills and fire rings, and most are wooded.
526. He then grilled the men on why they were there, especially since there was no reward for them.
527. A notable example lies in the preparation of bakkwa, where the meat once still being air-dried is instead grilled over charcoal.
528. The leaves are used to wrap food before cooking it either by steaming or grilling.
529. They are commonly served in cans, but fresh sardines are often grilled, pickled or smoked.
530. Tables are provided for picnicking as are waste receptacles designed to receive hot coals from grilling.
531. Raw lamb is skewered and grilled directly on the charcoal.
532. The ripe plant is grilled to make pies or used to feed animals.
533. Automatic antennas were installed under the grills behind the rear driver's-side window.
534. The oak influences of the wine can be matched with cooking methods that have similar influences on the food-such as grilling, smoking and plank roasting.
535. The windows of the tents were grilled in such a way that it was difficult to see in but easy to see out.
536. The windows were covered with iron grills forged by serf artisans look like strands of seaweed.
537. However, the minister resigned before she could be grilled.
538. Lack of fat and marbling makes round dry out when cooked with dry-heat cooking methods like roasting or grilling.
539. Fish are grilled, fried or cooked slowly by the "buulama" (poaching) method.
540. Today there are both football and softball fields, a waterfront area, pier, sheltered picnic tables, grills, and other outdoor leisure facilities.
541. The uncooked side of the new slices should then be grilled for a short time and are ready to be served.
542. The surrounding park offers a footpath, riding trails, cooking grills, and a large grassy field.
543. Both beaches have picnic areas, grills, children's playgrounds and lifeguard stands.
544. Grills of iron are very necessary ornaments in the lines of walks, to extend the view, and to show the country to advantage.
545. Panini grills with aluminum platens often do not require as much power as a cast iron unit with the same geometry.
546. He has subpoenaed numerous government officials to testify before the committee and grilled them for hours.
547. They are also skewered and grilled over coals, and sold as street food.
548. Since swordfish are large animals, meat is usually sold as steaks, which are often grilled.
549. The beach has palm trees, picnic tables, lights and electric sources, barbecue grills, yacht club and showers with water cooled to a comfortable temperature.
550. Bosnian evapi are made from two types of minced beef meat, hand mixed and formed with a funnel, while formed evapi are grilled.
551. The lakeside area had sheltered pavilions, a playground, and barbecue grills until the flood of 2007 when most of the lakes natural environment were destroyed.
552. The park includes two uncovered picnic tables with grills and one restroom.
553. Flush (coffee with anise) and typical local products such as chorizo and morcilla grilled are taken.
554. To minimize toughness and add flavor skirt steaks are often marinated before grilling or pan-searing very quickly, or cooked very slowly, typically braised.
555. There are ten tables and grills on the lawns surrounding the tower.
556. Fresh sardines are often grilled, pickled or smoked, or preserved in cans.
557. In these regions it is typically sliced before being braised or grilled.
558. After preparation, the meat can be cooked either grilled or fried.
559. Compressed natural gas is used in rural homes without connections to piped-in public utility services, or with portable grills.
560. Commonly, grilling heats the surrounding air to cook food.
561. The cabins have modern conveniences such as stoves, drip coffee makers, microwaves, refrigerators, pots and pans and flatware along with outdoor pedestal grills.
562. They can also be boiled, baked or grilled over charcoal - both peeled or still in the peel.
563. Typically, the wings are deep-fried in oil (although they are sometimes grilled or baked) until they are well browned.
564. Depending on the dish at hand, it may be roasted, stewed, boiled, fried, steamed, baked or grilled, or any combination of the said techniques.
565. The brothers thinly sliced the steak, then grilled it along with some chopped onions.
566. Modern "teppanyaki" grills are typically propane-heated flat surface grills and are widely used to cook food in front of guests at restaurants.
567. The facility has cabins, camping area, showers, picnic tables, grills and food services.
568. The meat has a high fat content and can be prepared in many ways, including grilling, smoking, or frying, or served as sushi.
569. The new store featured home appliances such as washing machines, clothes dryers, refrigerators, and grills.
570. The chicken is traditionally cooked in a tandoor, but can also be grilled, roasted or pan fried.
571. More elaborate grills, cast iron pots and fire irons can be used on the campfire to cook most foods.
572. Grills, benches, running water and restrooms were provided.
573. The food included tended to have grilled meats, salsas, and seafood.
574. The marina grounds have a sand volleyball court, picnic tables, grills, restrooms, and parking.
575. Proponents say that food cooked on infrared grills seems juicier.
576. Unfortunately these pillars are surrounded by iron grills to prevent vandalism.
577. The park features numerous grills and tables for picnicking and several miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, walking and biking.
578. There is contention among grilling enthusiasts as to what type of charcoal is best for grilling.
579. Disposable grills are made from a lightweight aluminium material and use charcoal for the heat source.
580. Hamburgers are often served as a fast dinner, picnic or party food, and are usually cooked outdoors on barbecue grills.
581. Barbecue grills are provided near the nicely-located and solidly-built picnic tables and in the pavilions.
582. Fires are allowed only in grills and fire pits provided in designated areas.
583. Other categories include methods (grilling, baking, etc.), occasions, and cooking style.
584. Picnic facilities include a barbecue grilling pavilion, other large pavilions, and scattered picnic tables.
585. The chicken is sliced and baked, then marinaded in oil, chili pepper, garlic, spring onions, shrimp paste and limes, and finally grilled.
586. Yakiniku, is a type of food where meat and/or vegetables are grilled directly over small charcoal or gas grills at high temperatures.
587. Interpretive programs are offered in the spring and summer months; other amenities include an amphitheater, picnic tables, outdoor grills, covered shelters, restrooms, and a playground.
588. Adolescent girls were also involved in fish-processing, helping adult women: they cleaned grills, packed fish, filled cans with different preservatives and so on.
589. Both come farther back than coupe grills, because of shorter noses.
590. An interesting point was the assembling of the iron grilles on the ground floor windows.
591. Most of the women, however, worked close to the cleaning tables, grilling or packing fish.
592. Perhaps they would have - she tried to think of something really common - bloaters, yes, bloaters for supper, grilled bloaters.
593. Types of work classified as dangerous included cleaning the boiler and the press house, tinplating the grills and carrying more than 25 kilos for more than 300 metres.
594. Man was no longer satisfied with roasted or grilled food, cooked in the dry heat of flames, so he invented earthen pots and cooked foods with moist heat.
595. Multiple applications of bumper rules and then grill rules allowed for an interesting front end.
596. The immobile arm was then dragged to the center of the room where a cooking fire and an iron grill suddenly appeared beneath it.
597. In 2004 there were 31 restaurants, including bar and grill establishments, in the county.
598. We now consider the electromagnetic fields radiated from the waveguide grill.
599. The organ was behind the pulpit but was hidden by an attractive grill.
600. Earlier nonlinear plasma wave propagation approaches approximated the grill power spectrum by either one or two waves.
601. Smokers and pellet grills are growing in popularity, likely because a lot more people are cooking at home – and looking for other ways to up their home chef game. The Asmoke Pellet Grill, which is ...
602. Don’t get burned by grilling the wrong meats. Buzz60’s Sean Dowling has more.
603. And if you're firing up the grill, don't forget dessert. I am bananas for grilled bananas. Fast and easy, they become instant favorites and remind you of classic desserts. And there are so many ...
604. Log in or Activate your account. The dining room of the new Corner Pub & grill in O'Fallon, Missouri. Handout photo by Brad Nichols courtesy the OG Hospitality Group The Corner Pub & grill opens ...
605. For a quick, tasty meal that doesn't require firing up an outdoor grill, you need the kitchen equipment up to the task. The good news: Grilling indoors is totally possible with the right grill pan, ...
606. grill bricks are an excellent alternative to grill brushes to safely and quickly clean all types of grills and griddles.
607. Firefighters say a grill propane tank malfunctioned, lighting a house fire Monday evening. Photo: Franklin Fire Department FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WKRN) — Franklin Fire investigators believe a propane tank ...
608. Eleven people — including nine children — have now been discharged from hospital after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning from an open charcoal grill that was used inside a house. Two adults and five ...
609. Each order will come with a handwritten note certifying quality and safety When Hollywood’s Musso & Frank grill briefly reopened its dining rooms on June 26, the first night’s reservations were ...
610. Heat distribution is designed for a hot, direct zone on the grill surface for browning and searing. Push the hot coals to one side to create a cooler, indirect zone where food can cook more slowly by ...
611. Hollywood's iconic eatery Musso & Frank grill announced Monday it will be taking to-go orders and offering delivery service seven days a week for the first time in its century-plus history.
612. Meet the WaBa grill North Hollywood team at new location on Lankershim Boulevard, Los Angeles. (Courtesy of WaBa Grill) NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA — WaBa Grill, a Southland-based restaurant chain that ...
613. Pearl Street grill & Brewery, in a Facebook post on Saturday, said a new mural by artist Zach Case will soon go up on its building. The mural will feature both flats and drums, as well as a cup of ...
614. The Cruisinart GR-4NAM is a 5-in-1 grilling machine offering all of the benefits of a contact grill, Panini press, grill, griddle, and grill/griddle combination. 0 The grill features flexible temperature adjustment, built in thermostat, and 106 inches of nonstick grilling surface.
615. Examples of grill in a sentence, how to use it. 100 examples: Our old people are very vulnerable to attacks because they cannot afford to…
616. Grilled sentence examples. grilled. Knowing how to grill vegetables is especially useful when summer barbecue season comes around, but grilled veggies are also tasty at any time of the year and make a wonderful side or ingredient for a main dish. 0. 0.
617. grill definition: 1. the surface in a cooker that can be heated to very high temperatures and under which you put…. Learn more.
618. Grilling in a sentence - 16 Lists. synonyms. antonyms. definitions. examples "It's best used when grilling kabobs, burgers, chops and steaks" "What, you got something more important than grilling our mole?" "They were hovering over Josh while he was grilling paninis" "A grill pan for grilling food is provided"
619. High quality example sentences with “fire up the grill” in context from reliable sources - Ludwig is the linguistic search engine that helps you to write better in English
620. grill definition is - to broil on a grill; also : to fry or toast on a griddle. How to use grill in a sentence.
621. grill definition: The definition of a grill is a device for cooking that has lines of metal bars or a place where such food is cooked. (noun) An example of a grill is a barbecue.
622. grill definition: A grill is a part of a stove which produces strong heat to cook food that has been placed | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
623. Mixed grill: [noun] meats (such as lamb chop, kidney, and bacon) and vegetables broiled together and served on one plate.
624. How to use grill in a sentence. The grill list of example sentences with grill.
625. English Cooking Verbs, Definition and Example Sentences There are many cooking verbs in English. These are very often encountered in daily life. Now let’s learn what they are. grill to cook on a metal frame over fire. Example: don’t like grilled fish,let alone raw fish. Grate to cut into all pieces by rubbing it against a special apparatus.
626. Grille definition, a grating or openwork barrier, as for a gate, usually of metal and often of decorative design. See more.
627. French Translation of “grill” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online. Over 100,000 French translations of English words and phrases.
628. Republicans grill IRS Chief Over Lost Emails. This type of sentence has great possibilities because of its two different interpretations: Republicans harshly question the chief about the emails; Republicans cook the chief using email as the fuel
629. Rotisserie definition: 1. a shop where meats are roasted and sold 2. a grill with an electrically turned spitOrigin of rotisserieFrench from Middle French rostisserie from rostisseur, one who roasts meats for sale from rostir, to roast designating or
630. Grill, grille, grillwork - a framework of metal bars used as a partition or a grate; "he cooked hamburgers on the grill"--2 is a kind of framework, frame, framing. Derived form: verb grill 1,Verb grill has 1 sense. Sample sentence: The chefs grill the vegetables,
631. Synonyms for grill at T with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for grill.
632. Precook in a sentence - Use "precook" in a sentence 1. He precooks his duck, then uses the fat for his roux. 2. _Never partially precook chicken or burgers that you plan to grill. click for more sentences of precook
633. Chargrill in a sentence - Use "chargrill" in a sentence 1. Chargrill and baste with Dragon Sauce, which has been heated to boiling. 2. Other such specialties have included shrimp burgers, Wasabi Filet O'Fish, onion rings, and Shake Shake fries, flavored French fries in flavors such as seaweed, chargrill, French onion, and salt and pepper. click for more sentences of chargrill
634. 2. Use negligeed in a sentence, negligeed meaning?, negligeed definition, how to use negligeed in a sentence, use negligeed in a sentence with examples. UseEnglishW. › grilleri › Reunionn [rēˈyo͞onyən: 3. 3. 7. 4. 4. You would use the word sidekick in a sentence such as, 'He and his sidekick travelled the desert in search of life.' 2.
635. 1. 1. 1. Synonyms for grillworks at Y: 2. Use grillworks in a sentence, grillworks meaning?, grillworks definition, how to use grillworks in a sentence, use grillworks in a sentence with examples home grillers and chefs have turned to the grills that are truly Argentine Inspired, American Made. › Theory in a sentence. 2. Use grillworks in a sentence, grillworks meaning?, grillworks
636. This sentence contains the main verb “try” and the modal verb “should.” The verb phrase “should try” is used to give advice and demonstrate the importance of exercising more. Example 2: My grandfather could grill the best steaks. In this example, we see the main verb “grill” and the modal verb “could.”
637. Example sentences from Wikipedia that use the word grill: . See grill used in context: 100 poetry verses, 15 definitions: Help Advanced Feedback Android iPhone/iPad
638. Also, if you love Korean cuisine and decide to try out the new Mexican-Korean fusion grill, please don’t write a review complaining how the bulgogi isn’t authentic enough. 4 Don’t Rant. Parking was an ordeal, you suffered through a long wait for your table, then endured a careless server and over-priced, disappointing food.
639. Examples of Thermal Energy: 1. A 12 ounce glass of water at 70 degrees has more thermal energy than a 12 ounce glass of water at 60 degrees. A grill gives off thermal energy by burning propane. 4. The sun's thermal energy heats our atmosphere. 5. Thermal energy from a hot stove is transferred to a metal pot and causes the water molecules to
640. Complex , or c ompound . If it is a compound sentence, circle the coordinating conjunction. If it is a complex sentence, circle the subordinating conjunction. 1. She has a blue backpack. 2. We went to the park, and we had hot dogs on the grill. 3.
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