Do not eat it raw 1 or boiled in water, but roast it over the fire with its head, its legs, and its entrails.
They cooked the Passover sacrifices over the open fire as prescribed and cooked the consecrated offerings in pots, kettles, and pans. They quickly served them to all the people.
Half of it he burns in the fire – over that half he cooks 1 meat; he roasts a meal and fills himself. Yes, he warms himself and says, ‘Ah! I am warm as I look at the fire.’
Even before they burned the fat, the priest’s attendant would come and say to the person who was making the sacrifice, “Hand over some meat for the priest to roast! He won’t take boiled meat from you, but only raw.” 1
“‘If you present a grain offering of first ripe grain to the Lord, you must present your grain offering of first ripe grain as soft kernels roasted in fire – crushed bits of fresh grain. 1
They ate some of the produce of the land the day after the Passover, including unleavened bread and roasted grain. 1
No one thinks to himself, nor do they comprehend or understand and say to themselves: ‘I burned half of it in the fire – yes, I baked bread over the coals; I roasted meat and ate it. With the rest of it should I make a disgusting idol? Should I bow down to dry wood?’ 1
And all the exiles of Judah who are in Babylon will use them as examples when they put a curse on anyone. They will say, “May the Lord treat you like Zedekiah and Ahab whom the king of Babylon roasted to death in the fire!” 1
You must cook 1 and eat it in the place the Lord your God chooses; you may return the next morning to your tents.
Jesse said to his son David, “Take your brothers this ephah of roasted grain and these ten loaves of bread; go quickly 1 to the camp to your brothers.
brought bedding, basins, and pottery utensils. They also brought food for David and all who were with him, including wheat, barley, flour, roasted grain, beans, lentils, 1
You must not eat bread, roasted grain, or fresh grain until this very day, 1 until you bring the offering of your God. This is a perpetual statute throughout your generations 2 in all the places where you live.
So Abigail quickly took two hundred loaves of bread, two containers 1 of wine, five prepared sheep, five seahs 2 of roasted grain, a hundred bunches of raisins, and two hundred lumps of pressed figs. She loaded them on donkeys
Later during the mealtime Boaz said to her, “Come here and have 1 some food! Dip your bread 2 in the vinegar!” So she sat down beside the harvesters. Then he handed 3 her some roasted grain. She ate until she was full and saved the rest. 4
Then the priest must offer its memorial portion up in smoke – some of its crushed bits, some of its olive oil, in addition to all of its frankincense – it is 1 a gift to the Lord.