Thursday, March 30, 2006

Rule #823

If there's one thing I've learned, it's not to eat squab.


Blogger Jes said...

What is squab? or do I not want to know?

5:10 AM  
Blogger Twiglett said...

A young (about 4 weeks old) domesticated pigeon that has never flown and is therefore extremely tender. It was a popular special-occasion dish in Victorian England. Squabs usually weigh 1 pound or less and have delicately flavored dark meat. Fresh squab is available throughout the summer months (year-round in some regions) in gourmet markets. Frozen squab is marketed year-round. Choose fresh birds by their plump, firm appearance. Store as for CHICKEN. Likewise, squab can be prepared in any manner suitable for chicken. A classic method is to stuff and roast it.

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