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1. fed on corn.
2. having a well-fed, healthy, and guileless appearance.
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Dishes include roasted cornfed chicken breast, braised blade of beef, chargrilled pork loin medallions, and tofu and spinach cannelloini.
Steve was two or three years younger than Lynn and, in flannel and a crew cut, had the look of a cornfed, all-American boy.
Prices on the a la carte menu currently range from PS7.50 (tomato soup) to PS10.50 (scallops) for starters while mains average around PS14.50 (roasted cornfed chicken breast).
19, 1953, in Lincoln, Casanova was carried off the field "under sunny skies, a temperature of 81 degrees and before 31,000 cornfed cash customers" after Oregon's 20-12 triumph.
I push straight for the kitchen, where Humberto and Cornfed, the other bartender, are monkeying over Humberto's grilled cheese, "What we got here?" Humberto's saying.
But the movie's overall cornfed air makes it a long 106 minutes.
And I would go so far as to say no meat in the world compares [section] with a big, cornfed Midwestern whitetail.
For the main course I had roast duck breast - mouth-watering and rich - and Niamh had the cornfed chicken with tarragon cream and champ mash.
A production designer's dream and a gay man's nightmare, Behind the Candelabra recreates the lavish living environment and stage shows Liberace orchestrated between 1977 and his death in 1986 of HIV-related complications, while presenting the world with a worst-case version of predatory homosexuality, in which an older man of means identifies, seduces and eventually tosses aside a naive, cornfed young country stud.
I opted for the Roasted Whole Cornfed Free Range Chicken with lemon myrtle served with wild chicory pesto.
Iowa already has a nation-leading 41 cornfed ethanol plants and 13 biodiesel plants that use mostly animal fats as feedstock.
But when my other half started a spirited defence of why he should have the lamb I switched and ordered the breast and leg of cornfed chicken with figs, rosemary and lemon (pounds 24).