Re: [Czechlist] Grill terms
- Yes, there are many grills these days that have a gas stove-type
burner on the site for keeping sauces, etc warm.
On 11.8.2008, at 11:37, James Kirchner wrote:
> Thanks, Alena.
> I'm looking at a competitor's UK site, and it appears that these
> plotynky would also be called burners in the UK, so burners it is.
> Thanks very much to everybody.
> On Aug 11, 2008, at 5:27 AM, Alena Rysková 2e wrote:
> > IMHO,
> > plotynka is a plate, mrizka is bars, panvicky pans.
> > Something like that shown on http://www.grily-grilovani.cz/elektricke-grily/gril-raclette
> > ; there is a hot plate and pans, but instead of bars there is a
> > "stone board"
> > Alena
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: James Kirchner
> > To: Czechlist@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Monday, August 11, 2008 11:04 AM
> > Subject: [Czechlist] Grill terms
> > Folks --
> > I've got an instruction manual here -- but no diagrams -- for an
> > electric home barbecue grill.
> > Without diagrams, I need advice on the following parts of the grill.
> > I can think of the English terms myself, but I just need to know
> > these things are. Here goes:
> > plotynka -- This is obviously some kind of cooking surface, but I
> > can't tell if it's the bars (i.e., the grill proper) or some kind of
> > plate. Google images is showing me a plate. The text seems to be
> > distinguishing between this plotynka an the mrize. They seem to be
> > what we call burners when they're on stoves.
> > panvicky -- You can cook in these too, but they're obviously some
> > of pan or tub. Maybe just "pans" will do?
> > Thanks for any suggestions.
> > Jamie
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