charbroiler


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charbroiler

(ˈtʃɑːˌbrɔɪlə)
n
a grill or other equipment used for charbroiling
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Replacing underfired broilers with thermostatically controlled griddles would fall within the scope of this ECM, along with an emerging technology concept of a lidded charbroiler (Figure 2).
Case Study: At a full service restaurant in a major airport terminal in central Arizona, fire ignited in the hood and duct over a solid fuel charbroiler and solid fuel rotisserie.
Convection oven, charbroiler, flat top, 6 burner/oven, fryer, 2 group commercial espresso machine & more.
Certain appliances, like a charbroiler, are being leased.
For the 13-ounce prime burger (and the burger sliders) at Morton's The Steakhouse in Burbank, "We mix ground sirloin with tomato juice, eggs, and salt and pepper and grill under the charbroiler until medium," says executive chef Hung Hoang.
Cook over hot charcoal or charbroiler for 7 to 8 minutes, turning once.
Chefs work at saute ranges, wok ranges, and a charbroiler in the grill/entrees/specialty cooking area, where they make daily specials and cooked-to-order items right in front of customers.
20,000-BTU wok burner, 24,000-BTU charbroiler, ceramic infrared broiler, huge ovens (31-inch-wide oven in 36-inch stove), windows and lights in oven doors.
Prepared tenderloin of beef--rubbed in soy and olive oils, rolled in cracked black pepper and kosher salt, seared on the charbroiler, and then roasted in the oven until medium rare.
Low-fat barbecue sauce in place of mayo means the Charbroiler is even leaner than Hardee's Grilled Chicken Sandwich.
The building uses highly efficient ENERGY STAR-rated appliances, includes solar tubes for daylighting the storage rooms, has a catalytic converter on the charbroiler to decrease emissions, and has LED lights in the building and parking lot.