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Place the chiles on a baking sheet and broil, turning every few minutes, until blackened on all sides, about 15 minutes.
Return the baking sheet to the oven on the rack in the upper third and broil until the glaze is bubbling and slightly darkened, two to four minutes.
Above the entrance—grewsome and realistic spectacle—is poor St. Lawrence broiling away on his stone gridiron!
ITALIAN DAYS AND WAYSANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON
Here is a scene from Rentsch, which falls out in Friedrich's time; and which brought much battling and broiling to him and his.
Even the West-end was hot and steamy on that broiling August day.
LITTLEBOURNE LOCKF. BAYFORD HARRISON
He was the only member of the outfit who never seemed to mind the broiling mid-day heat.
Broiling is a very convenient way of cooking meat, because it is very quick, and it makes meat very tasty and very wholesome.
In the next place, the only cooking that is ever required is a little boiling, or in the case of meat, roasting or broiling.
"You must take this—you must now; it will keep the cold out," (the day was broiling,) said he to the young woman.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Is it that you are itching to remain for centuries in succession broiling in pails full of burning pitch!

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