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Mar 24, 2021

[Answer] 1. Although it isn't popular everywhere, pigeon is a delicacy in some places. The small breast of the bird has a different name from the bird itself. What is that name?

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...1. Yardbird 2. Park Chicken 3. Squab 4. Dirty Bird Squab is enjoyed in many parts of the world as a delicacy. The US, France, Italy, north Africa and parts of Asia specifically enjoy it. It is said to taste like dark meat chicken. The name squab is most likely of Scandinavian origin from the word 'skvaab', meaning 'loose, fat flesh'.




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Squab:


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