Recent Examples of drumstick from the Web
The wings are divided into drumsticks and drumettes before they're fried and tossed with bright red hot sauce.
In actuality, though, the chain only produced 100 kits, making the drumstick a clever rarity.
There was no breast to check, but the thighs and drumsticks were large and meaty.
Grandma’s version is simpler, a basic stock from chicken and onion, and served plain, with a drumstick and fried garlic.
Tie drumsticks together and tuck wings behind breast.
Food Lion: $6.99 for an 8-piece bag with drumsticks and thighs.
During the fest, Irish dancing troupes started their performances by early afternoon on March 16 inside the fest tent, where Nathanael Snyder and his fraternity brothers at Indiana University watched while eating barbecue turkey drumsticks.
Remove the leg pieces (thigh and drumstick) from the chicken.
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First Known Use of drumstick
DRUMSTICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drumstick for English Language Learners
: the lower part of the leg of a bird (such as a chicken or turkey) that is eaten as food
: a stick used for playing a drum
DRUMSTICK Defined for Kids
medical Definition of drumstick
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