Barbecue vs Grilled - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between barbecue and grilled
is that barbecue
is to cook food on a barbecue; to smoke it over indirect heat from high-smoke fuels while grilled
As a noun barbecue
is a fireplace or pit for grilling food, typically used outdoors and traditionally employing hot charcoal as the heating medium.
As an adjective grilled is
cooked on a grill or grilled
can be fitted with a grille.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* BBQ (informal abbreviation)
* bar-be-que, bar-b-que (informal forms based on the abbreviation)
* (meat) 'cue, 'que, que (informal shortenings)
A fireplace or pit for grilling food, typically used outdoors and traditionally employing hot charcoal as the heating medium.
A meal or event highlighted by food cooked in such an apparatus.
- We cooked our food on the barbecue .
Meat, especially pork or beef, which has been cooked in such an apparatus (i.e. smoked over indirect heat from high-smoke fuels) and then chopped up or shredded.
- We're having a barbecue on Saturday, and you're invited.
(dated) A hog, ox, or other large animal roasted or broiled whole for a feast.
A floor on which coffee beans are sun-dried.
* 2000 , Andrew Gerald Gravette, Architectural Heritage of the Caribbean , page 227:
- She ordered a plate of barbecue with a side of slaw.
- Drying the coffee beans took place in a barbecue , basically a large, flat platform, where the pulped coffee beans could be laid out and turned as they dried. Barbecues were often walled around and raised above ground level.
* (grill) braai (South African English), buccan, compare grill
* (event) braai (South African English), cookout
* barbecue sauce
To cook food on a barbecue; to smoke it over indirect heat from high-smoke fuels.
- The meat was grilled as this was considered the healthier option.
- She grilled him over his whereabouts the previous night.
Cooked on a grill.
As if cooked on a grill.
- After a day in the sun, he looked more grilled than his hamburger.
Fitted with a grille.
* 1983 , René A Bravmann, African Islam?
- High up, at second-storey level, are small openings cut into the wall and filled with shuttered, grilled windows...