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grillade

(ˈɡrɪleɪd)
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(Cookery) cookery obsolete grilled food
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With traditional Cajun favorites like Red Beans & Rice and Grillades & Grits, you'll find a menu full of unique twists on seafood that can mostly be attributed to Tommy's love of food.
This list proves to be quite informative; we learn of his relative indifference to fish (only six servings all year) as well as his definite fondness for a wide range of cuts of beef: "one flank of sirloin, three flanks of sirloin with shallots, ten steaks, two steak au poivre, three steak and chips, one rump steak a la moutarde, five roast beefs, two ribs of beef, two top rump-steaks, three beef grillades, two chateaubriands, one steak tartare, one rosbif, three cold rosbifs, fourteen entrecotes, three entrecotes a la moelle, one fillet of beef, three hamburgers, nine skirts of beef, one plate of beef" (245).
It is a memorable sunset venue for first-rate mezzes or the most lavish grillades and the place to be for late evening lounging and light snacking.
Alors que les you-yous s'elevent a la sortie de chaque fille de ce trou, de l'autre cote du rocher, l'activite bat son plein entre odeurs d'encens ou de grillades, criee des vendeurs des fruits et legumes, voix etouffees de haut-parleurs vantant tel ou tel produit, tonnerres de baroud de fantasia,
Grillades (gree-yods): broiled round steak, beef or veal served in gravy, often served for breakfast with grits
Consequently, the sizeable Gallini's specials blackboard that was carried over and propped on a chair borrowed from the next table was bursting with sea bream, Dover sole, sea bass, and grillades featuring all three plus prawns and calamari.
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After landing at the airport, the presidential motorcade sped to the city's Treme neighborhood and Lil' Dizzy's , "where he and a host of local dignitaries lunched on Trout Baquet, shrimp grillades with grits and the Seventh Ward Pork Chop," according to the Times-Picayune.
Sirloin, shrimp Creole, paneed Mississippi rabbit, imperial lump crabcake dinner and veal grillades.
They will be served on Sunday as a Creole Mardi Gras jazz brunch featuring eggs Hussarde, eggs Sardou, pain perdu, grillades and grits, and both crawfish and okra omelets .
29 per pound); chicken stuffed with sausage or crawfish and cheese; grillades en marinade, or boneless pork tenders marinated in a mixture of mustard, Italian dressing and seasoning, $2.