Origin of broiler
Examples from the Web for broiler
Remove from the broiler, season with salt and pepper, and serve.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3
Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
And then somehow it was noon, and Billy again at the Dutch oven and the broiler.The Forest
Stewart Edward White
If the fish is thoroughly oiled, it should not adhere to the broiler.American Cookery
A rack may be improvised from a broiler, a toaster or a cake rack.
Especially were they interested in stories concerning the genus “broiler.”What's-His-Name
George Barr McCutcheon
- a young tender chicken suitable for roasting
- mainly US a pan, grate, etc for broiling food
- a very hot day
Word Origin and History for broiler
late 14c., "grill or gridiron used in broiling," agent noun from broil (v.1). From c.1300 as a surname, perhaps meaning "cook who specializes in broiling." Meaning "chicken for broiling" is from 1876.