locally slaughtered cattle into 720 to 1,150 metric tons of meat.
One was to debone
a sardine and the other was to butterfly a poussin (a young chicken).
Historically, utilizing equipment designed to mechanically debone
poultry meat at high volumes has led to quality and yield problems.
By volunteering to debone
birds, Wilson had to miss part of a Reynolds family early Thanksgiving gathering organized by an u ncle.
If you have a problem with bones, the fishmonger can fillet and debone
the fish for you - it will take less time to cook but will not be as moist.
They include a pasta server, which can measure portions of both cooked pasta and pasta sauce; a fish turner, which has a spring-loaded, double-blade design to keep fillets intact while turning; a nut bowl and scoop, to portion out single servings of nuts; a chicken tool to skin and debone
chicken; and a dressing cruet, which includes recipes of healthy dressings on the bottle, as well as measurement lines in case consumers want to make their own.
A spokeswoman for Sainsbury's said: "Our colleagues who work on the meat counters are all trained to use knives, but some have not received all of the training to safely debone
a lamb joint.
The Butcher-Lite includes every tool needed to field dress, skin, quarter and debone
big game, all encased in a nylon roll pack with snap-in plastic knife scabbards.
This saves processors time, because workers can debone
the carcass during the same shift instead of waiting for the next shift.
The Tyson Foods plant in nearby Shelbyville hired Anchondo-rascon in 1989 to debone
and pack chicken.
The observant waiter suggests, "Perhaps Madame would like me to debone
it away from the table.