You are much too pretty, as well as too good, to be grilled
alive in Calcutta.
I do not say that fish is not good; we must not abuse it; but a piece of fresh venison, grilled
on live coals, will agreeably vary our ordinary course.
And so they dropped the dry sands and moon-struck rocks of Arizona behind them, and grilled
on till the crash of the couplings and the wheeze of the brake-hose told them they were at Coolidge by the Continental Divide.
Snakes," said Adam, helping himself to a grilled
Angel looked round for Mrs Crick's black-puddings, which he had directed to be nicely grilled
as they did them at the dairy, and of which he wished his father and mother to appreciate the marvellous herbal savours as highly as he did himself.
Doctor South did not reply, and the servant brought in some grilled
What would you think of me if I came down two hours after every one else and ordered grilled
It is Sam Aylward of the Company; and here is your captain, Sir Nigel Loring, and four others, all laid out to be grilled
like an Easterling's herrings.
Now, next you'll want a cheque--or you'll say you want it, though you've capital enough somewhere, if one only knew where, but you'd be peppered and salted and grilled
on a gridiron before you'd own to it--and that cheque I'll write.
LongHorn's certified Grill Masters, who prepare every grilled
item on the LongHorn Steakhouse menu, will be available via phone and text message providing grilling tips and tricks to make Fourth of July gatherings with family and friends a success.
The survey also revealed a third of grillers admitted undercooking or overcooking grilled
foods -- and nearly half decide when to remove the food from the grill by cutting into it, a major no-no, as juices and flavor escape.
Eight out of 10 adults grilled
last year, and one out of five households grilled
during the winter months, according to "Grilling in America," a study by NPD Group Inc.