You know the Korean-style barbecue that you wrap in lettuce leaves to eat?
For better or worse, I chose men over meat, and suffered, for 15 years, whenever I smelled bacon or barbecue.
To say the least: each year Deeley hosts a Fourth of July barbecue at her home for current and former Dance contestants.
The sifter dumped flotsam—bricks, wiring, barbecue grills, bicycle wheels—in piles to be shipped to landfills upstate.
“He fell twice on a barbecue fork,” von Bulow told me some time ago.
Occasionally, very occasionally, where a wedding throng ran well into the hundreds, there was barbecue in addition to other meat.
I think it was the fellow that shot so well with the rifle at the barbecue––what was his name?
He dug a pit just like a barbecue pit, and he would burn coals just like you was goin' to barbecue.
He had instructed his black people to have a barbecue at their quarters.
By the time the next afternoon arrived, however, Joyce was far too much interested in something else to think of a barbecue.
1650s, "framework for grilling meat, fish, etc.," from American Spanish barbacoa, from Arawakan (Haiti) barbakoa "framework of sticks," the raised wooden structure the Indians used to either sleep on or cure meat. Sense of "outdoor meal of roasted meat or fish as a social entertainment" is from 1733; modern popular noun sense of "grill for cooking over an open fire" is from 1931.
1660s, from barbecue (n.). Related: Barbecued; barbecuing.