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squab

1. a young unfledged bird, esp a pigeon
2. (of birds) recently hatched and still unfledged
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squabs around, Cleveland's burgeoning woodpigeon population is about to be increased even further.
The baby pigeon (squab) matures in three to four weeks and can be slaughtered for meat." The farmer says the venture is profitable as he sells a pair at Sh500 despite having only used Sh200 to buy his first birds.
The chef, famed for his octopus and squab pigeon in the 2015 series of the show, said: "Wood Chester will offer the same ethos as the restaurant in Manchester.
The recipe that remains a mystery is my mother's squab cooking.
His fries with foie gras mousse, pickled cherries and squab ragu paired with the Chateau Peyros, Vielles Vignes took the People's Choice Award, voted on by guests at the event.
About three weeks after we discovered the nest, we saw a baby dove, or squab, next to its parent.
Continuous video recordings were made of 3 pairs which raised a total of 8 squabs over 2 years; daily rates of parental and squab behaviors were quantified.
The menu for the first-class dinner is one of the few items recovered after the ship sank, and has been a source of fascination, with chefs around the world attempting to recreate the sumptuous offering, which included two soups, oysters, foie gras, squab, salmon and multiple desserts.
In Orlando, the secret ingredients were squab and frog.
Lab Squab (9.3 /10): Scab is the center of attention in this fast-paced race to escape the demonic deeds of Professor Pegon.
Enhanced throughout with full color photography, the recipes range from Chicken with Anchovies, Lemon, and Rosemary; to Korean Fried Chicken Wings; to Cherry and Blugur-Stuffed Squab chicken in Vine Leaves; to Smoky Chicken Salad with Roast Bell Peppers, Shittake, and Sugar Snap Peas.
I thought that texture would translate well in a dish with squab, which carries a long complex and rich flavor--similar to Hong Kong's vibrant character.