Definition of hibachi
: a charcoal brazier
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Before opening his first business in partnership with his mother, Adelina Claro, in June 2015, Chang worked as a hibachi chef at Benihana restaurants in Florida and has held other chef positions in Ohio, Texas, and Milwaukee.
On small grills Inexpensive hibachis, charcoal braziers, portable, small tabletop grills and camping grills that hover over the fire pit work just fine for quick-cooking cuts of tender meats, thin chops, fish fillets, sliced vegetables and burgers.
Sheldon Simeon poaches shrimp in tomato water after smoking them in a hibachi fueled with pine needles.
A simple demonstration of that, Dr. Myhrvold said, is the shiny chrome cooking surface of a restaurant hibachi grill.
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Origin and Etymology of hibachi
First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
HIBACHI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hibachi for English Language Learners
: a small grill (sense 1b) for cooking food over charcoal
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