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Pigeon breasts are a delicious introduction to game.
Using a sharp knife, score the pigeon breasts' skin lightly and rub in the marinade - leave for at least 20 minutes.
Season the pigeon breasts with salt and freshly ground pepper and place on the hot griddle pan.
Pigeon breast in the company of a peachy peach chutney tickled our tastebuds.
My husband has ordered seared pigeon breast with orange dressing and pickled vegetables, which he thinks are "too vinegary".
The second course was a warm salad of pigeon breast and porcini mushrooms over field greens lubricated by a pancetta-laced dressing.
Fresh local seafood, oven-roasted marinated wild sea bass or pan-seared pigeon breast and pancetta salad make this a stop worth holding on for.
The Madeira sauce with the pigeon breast was an exemplary reduction, as was the deceptively simple jus with the lamb fillet.
Highlights of our meal were a masterly lobster consommé and a plate of sliced chicken, guinea-fowl and pigeon breasts.
Try the seared medium-rare pigeon breast with soft parmesan polenta, cured pork-cheek pancetta and confit pigeon legs.
The birds of prey, trained for hunting ducks and small game, are used to frighten, not kill, with flung pigeon breasts - bought from a Queens poultry supplier - acting as a lure.
The way the models' heads looked, small and bobbing above these enormous inflated pigeon breasts, it was almost the reverse effect of seeing a pumped-up bodybuilder in a pair of tiny briefs.
A hand that was still partially constructed from the metal of an oil drum, ripped at the soft throat and deftly removed a piece of muscle the size of a small pigeon breast.
Some of this is thrilling, like the smoky roast pepper, with a sauce of anchovies, chickpeas and soy, or the ruby-colored pigeon breast mired in a gooey plum-peanut sauce and surrounded by kumquats.
Mörwald is most central of a crop of restaurants run by Toni Mörwald outside Vienna; it offers exquisite delights ranging from roast pigeon breast to beef, poultry and fish dishes with French influences.
Mr. Bell's characters are mostly stock types - smart-alecky actress with gum in cheek, peremptory lady author with pigeon breast, local yokel with straw between teeth - although he gives an odd twist to a few of them.
Then a parade of dishes would begin, like a purée of broccoli soup with tiny bay scallops or an ethereal mousseline of lobster with leeks, tender baby greens with wild mushrooms and slivers of rare pigeon breast.
Blouses and dresses were full in front and puffed into a "pigeon breast" shape of the early 20th century that looked over the narrow waist, which sloped from back to front and was often accented with a sash or belt.
Michael wanted to add ten million frequent flyer points to his account: "I want to fly to the South Pole, first class, Saudi Airlines, with a sleeper seat, and Reuben Kincaid sleep goggles made of passenger pigeon breast feathers."
P had the local pigeon breast (£9) with chorizo, farro (farro is what you eat if you fancy some spelt but you want to sound more Mediterranean and less like you're on a diet), sherry vinegar and crème fraîche.
The first lot was already building a snow fort when he and Kantor left to escort the two troublemakers to their appointed labors, while snow continued to fall from a sky that was the same color as a pigeons breast, and looked just as soft.
Dishes such as pigeon breast with duck foie gras and grilled mountain potatoes, and wild strawberries with mascarpone sherbert are served in a Versailles-style dining room decorated with ceiling frescoes, portraits of courtesans, marble clocks and gold-plated china.
An interesting study using pigeon cells showed that GTP specific SCSs were located in pigeon liver cells, and ATP specific SCSs were located in the pigeon breast muscle cells.
Somewhat tamer, and among the best dishes I tried, were powerfully gamy pigeon breasts, served with white-bean gnocchi and an aromatic pea velouté, and lamb cutlets with a ballotine of offal, a gelatinous package not for the faint of heart but bliss for the rest of us.
And the skin fitted him well enough because of his pigeon-breast and his potbelly; and his spindle shanks were hidden behind the heavy shanks of the bird as he walked.