Quadriller is the French word that describes a process of marking a crisscross pattern of lines into the surface of grilled or broiled food. Likewise, Quadriller may mean: (1) To mark squares or diamonds on meat, using a grill; and 2) To mark squares using a knife. Quadriller is pronounced "ca-dree-yay"

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