The grilled langoustines and seafood gratin are out of this world, as is the locally flavored creole rice.
grilled Oystersby Christopher Idone Learn how to take the easy (and delicious) route to oyster heaven from a catering god.
Inspired by Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin in Manhattan, this is a grilled smoked salmon-and-cheese sandwich.
This fresh parsley sauce goes well with most grilled meats and fish.
Isabel Wilkinson on how a friendly cook-off became the "American Idol of grilled cheese."
Then the grilled chicken interfered with his power of thinking, and the greenhouse quite passed away.
Renwick smiled at her as he whispered, "I am to be grilled?"
I grilled the pullet with my own hands, to make sure of despatch.
More of them were behind the grilled peepholes of the casemate.
They rise like amber mountains above the squalid buildings crumbling between them, and stand in grilled and latticed silence.
"gridiron," 1680s, from French gril, from Old French greil, alteration of graille "grill, frating, railings, fencing," from Latin craticula "gridiron, small griddle," diminutive of cratis "wickerwork," perhaps from PIE *kert- "to turn, entwine." In many instances, Modern English grill is a shortened form of grille, such as "chrome front of an automobile."
"to broil on a grill," 1660s, from grill (n.); figurative sense from 1842, and the specific (transitive) sense of "to subject to intense questioning" is first attested 1894. Related: Grilled; grilling.
"ornamental grating," 1660s, from French grille (fem.) "grating," from Old French greille "gridiron," from Latin craticula "gridiron" (see grill). "The distinction in French between grille and grill ... appears to date from about the 16th c." [OED].