Place the oysters on the grill, shell side down, and cook until the oysters begin to curl around the edges, two to three minutes.
Season the mangos halves to grill, cook about two minutes per side.
The air around the grill clouds with the steam of sizzling onions.
Audra McDonald's amazing performance as Billie Holliday in 'Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and grill' must win her a Tony.
Greek grill masters use ground lamb instead of beef, as do those in the Balkans, Asia Minor, the Middle East, and Central Asia.
He would go to a grill and order just what he liked, and a lot of it.
Cook on a grill on a a low fire and serve with a sauce or a side dish.
Ellie Dawson took the steaks from the grill and set them, still sizzling, on the dinner table.
He held out his hand to the grill, found the air coming from there.
He had his supper in a grill room, to give him a necessary interlude before he went home.
"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].