BARBECUE

Usually used generally to refer to grilling done outdoors or over an open charcoal or wood fire. More specifically, barbecue refers to long, slow direct- heat cooking, including liberal basting with a barbecue sauce.

Barbecue

Barbecue (also barbeque, BBQ and barby/barbies) is a cooking method and apparatus. While there is a vast degree of variation and overlap in terminology and method surrounding this form of cooking, the generally accepted difference between barbecue and grilling is in the cooking time and type of heat used: grilling is generally done `hot and fast.....
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barbecue

[n] - meat that has been barbecued or grilled in a highly seasoned sauce 2. [n] - a cookout in which food is cooked over an open fire 3. [n] - a rack to hold meat for cooking over hot charcoal usually out of doors 4. [v] - cook outdoors on a barbecue grill
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Barbecue

• (v. t.) To dry or cure by exposure on a frame or gridiron. • (v. t.) To roast or broil whole, as an ox or hog. • (n.) A hog, ox, or other large animal roasted or broiled whole for a feast. • (n.) A social entertainment, where many people assemble, usually in the open air, at which one or more large animals are roasted or broil...
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barbecue

barbeque noun a cookout in which food is cooked over an open fire; especially a whole animal carcass roasted on a spit
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Barbecue

Bar'be·cue (bä'be*kū) noun [ In the language of Indians of Guiana, a frame on which all kinds of flesh and fish are roasted or smoke-dried.] 1. A hog, ox, or other large animal roasted or broiled whole for a feast. 2. A social entertainment, where many people assemble, usually in...
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Barbecue

Bar'be·cue transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Barbecued ; present participle & verbal noun Barbecuing .] 1. To dry or cure by exposure on a frame or gridiron. « They use little or no salt, but barbecue th...
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barbecue

1. A hog, ox, or other large animal roasted or broiled whole for a feast. ... 2. A social entertainment, where many people assemble, usually in the open air, at which one or more large animals are roasted or broiled whole. ... 3. A floor, on which coffee beans are sun-dried. ... Origin: In the language of Indians of Guiana, a frame on which all kin...
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barbecue

an outdoor meal, usually a form of social entertainment, at which meats, fish, or fowl, along with vegetables, are roasted over a wood or charcoal ... [1 related articles]
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barbecue

barbecue [West Indian or South American], in the United States, traditionally an open-air gathering, political or social, in which meats are roasted whole over a pit of embers and food and drink are liberally enjoyed. The term barbecue also refers to the meat being roasted. In the modern barbecue sm...
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Barbecue

Barbecue is slang for an attractive female as an object for oral sex.
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Barbecue

Originally, a barbecue was a West Indian dish consisting of a whole pig, stuffed with spices, and roasted whole basted with Madeira wine. Later the dish evolved into any animal roasted whole, before the term came to mean an outside meal of foods cooked outside, usually over charcoal.
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barbecue

Usually used generally to refer to grilling done outdoors or over an open charcoal or wood fire. More specifically, barbecue refers to long, slow direct- heat cooking, including liberal basting with a barbecue sauce.
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