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Synonyms for squab

flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising

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a soft padded sofa

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an unfledged pigeon

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short and fat

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Or either the squab or the chicken with a Parmesan crust.
Squab has been considered a delicacy for centuries--not only in Europe, but also in North Africa and China.
Ask Jordan Selby how to prepare squab (pigeon) and she starts the way any chef would, with the basics: carving up the bird, removing feet and head, extracting the guts and innards, preserving the heart and liver for later use.
So this programme is amme search for those traditional foods and recipes - things like the Singing Hinnie, Cheshire Cheese Soup and the Devonshire Squab Pie.
The model features a rounded rear squab, a curved sloping hood, an aerodynamic bonnet with straight lines, a new boot with integrated tail lights, modern wrap-around headlamps and a design reminiscent of Maruti's Swift.
These recipes are not for everyday cooks but rather for those intrigued by the idea of preparing (or, more simply, getting someone else to prepare), for example, noisettes of Quercy lamb saddle, with black truffle and potato gratin, or squab with Hijiki seaweed sauce, matsutake mushrooms and fennel seed.
The 17-strong Squab Heroes, with members from Britannia Squab Removals and Box-It Central, of Bishop's Tachbrook, triumphed at the event in St Nicholas Park last weekend.
The ship also offered a choice of 11-course menus for first class passengers, which included oysters to start, roast squab for main and Waldorf pudding to finish.
There's ample back-and-side support and though one can't adjust the seat squab height, thigh support still is acceptable.
Folding the seats flat is simple and quick, the seat squab tipping on its end and the backrest dropping into the space created - to give a totally flat loading surface.
In the meat and game-bird category, we opted to sample the lemon herb duck breast with duck hash and preserved cherries and the pan-seared beef filet with wild nettle risotto, asparagus and morel mushrooms, but other offerings included roasted quail, loin of lamb, guinea hen breast and spiced squab - all sounding delicious.
It will probably surprise many Americans to learn that during World War II, de-poisoned species of Atlantic Ocean puffers were marketed as "sea squab.
We also find a skinny little squab treated by artist Constantin Alajalov to look more like a 20-pound turkey.