Related to charbroiled: grilling


tr.v. char·broiled, char·broil·ing, char·broils
To broil (meat, for example) over charcoal or another fuel source until the edges are charred or grill marks are visible: charbroil a steak.

[char + broil.]


(ˈtʃɑːˌbrɔɪld) or


(of meat) grilled over charcoal
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Start off with best-sellers bone marrow and charbroiled bacon slab partnered with the mouthwatering pomegranate honey mustard with black pepper dip.
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