kabob

NOUN
  1. cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables
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How To Use kabob In A Sentence

  • Next time we go, I'll order the chai-infused French toast kabobs or the jelly doughnut pancakes and Mara can get the buffalo sausage and garlic challah.
  • Instruct your guests to skewer their own kabobs and baste veggies with balsamic vinaigrette. Dining With Miss Lil: Mother’s Day Delight «
  • There was a separate bar area and a huge barbecue pit where shish kabobs sizzled. Globe and Mail
  • I ordered the shish kabob, which is marinated chunks of filet mignon, skewered and charbroiled , served on a bed of fluffy basmati rice with grilled tomato, peppers and onions. Caspian
  • Kabobs and rice are the main theme in Persian food, and although this may sound unidimensional, it's not.
  • He goes out into the rain, buys himself this night's kabob and french fries. AMERICAN GODS
  • they ate kabob at the dinner party
  • Imagine being one of them, shishkabobbed in rigid position in tightfitting, generic uniform while some drunk foosball enthusiast's misguided instinct or whim spins you upside down in a nightmare junglegym. Original Signal - Transmitting Digg
  • Charbroiled beef tenderloin kabob (4 oz) & black tiger shrimp marinated in our house vinaigrette. Mazaar’s New Year’s Eve Special | WindsorEats.com FoodBlog
  • As for the Kebabs or also known as "shish kebab": Shish kebab is translated to 'skewer of grilled meat' and includes many variations of the kebab; therefore, there are several spellings, such as kabob, kebob, kebap, kabab, and kebab. Kiva Loans
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