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pigeon breast

n.
A chest deformity marked by a projecting sternum, often occurring as a result of infantile rickets. Also called chicken breast.

pi′geon-breast′ed (-brĕs′tĭd) adj.

pigeon breast

n
(Pathology) a deformity of the chest characterized by an abnormal protrusion of the breastbone, caused by rickets or by obstructed breathing during infancy. Also called: chicken breast

chick′en breast`



n.
a congenital or acquired malformation of the chest in which there is abnormal projection of the sternum and the sternal region, often associated with rickets. Also called pigeon breast.
[1840–50]
chick′en-breast`ed, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pigeon breast - abnormal protrusion of the breastbone caused by ricketspigeon breast - abnormal protrusion of the breastbone caused by rickets
deformity, malformation, misshapenness - an affliction in which some part of the body is misshapen or malformed
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Ingredients: For pigeon breast 4 pigeon breasts 1tbsp rice wine vinegar 2tbsp Kikoman Soy sauce 1tsp Chinese All Spice 1tsp Sesame oil 1tsp Grated root ginger For pakora 4tbsp Gram (Chickpea) Flour 1tbsp curry spices 1 red onion 100ml milk 30g fresh coriander 75g grated celeriac For sauce 3tbsp sherry vinegar 50g golden raisins 50g butter 150ml water 50g baby capers Salt and pepper to season METHOD For pigeon breast Pat down pigeon breast to remove any excess blood.
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Pigeon breast with black cherries by Nigel Lister of Oxclose Game and Traditional Fine Foods Ingredients: 1pack of pigeon breasts 1 shallot 1 garlic clove Red wine/port Balsamic vinegar 1 tin of black cherries 1 dessert spoon of demerara sugar Fresh thyme Salt and pepper Spinach or spring cabbage Method: Fry the diced shallot ,thyme and garlic in butter until softened but not browned.
It's one of those pieces of received wisdom that everyone just assumes is true but Hitler's biographers, many of whom knew him personally, all record his enjoyment of Bavarian sausages, stued pigeon breasts and other distinctly meaty dishes, and there's no evidence at all that he had any sympathy with vegetarianism as a cause.
Put a spoonful of the pork mixture on to four of the disks and lay over the pigeon breasts skin side up.
Put the single pigeon breasts together with hazelnut oil and vacuum them.
The wood pigeon breasts were succulent and bursting with flavour in their own right, the rich red meat somewhere between the texture of chicken and fillet steak.
In bowl, loss pigeon breasts and legs with oil until everything is well coated.
Fry some pigeon breasts in walnut oil and set aside.
We now have 22 members across Durham and Northumberland who produce everything from organic beef, pork and lamb to milk, vegetables, Christmas turkeys, pigeon breasts to cereal seeds.
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Remove the pigeon breasts from the bone and place on top of the vegetables.