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For an entrée that both adults and kids will like, try chicken drumsticks baked with turmeric, paprika and honey.
From socks stamped with a pattern of the drumsticks to t-shirts proclaiming your passion for poultry, the fast food chain just launched on online retail destination, KFC Ltd., set to suit true fans of the brand.
As 9-year-old Nathaniel Bass banged his drumsticks against a plastic drum, a smile spread across his face.
Music agents take note: There's an extraordinary drummer in town with impeccable rhythm, but instead of using drumsticks, this master of the beat bangs around seed pods and sticks, a new study finds.
However, these improvised drumsticks suggest that the birds are trying to be heard over a wider area, the team reports today in Science Advances.
Deboned and splayed on a tray, with drumsticks and wings marking each corner, the duck is a marvel to behold as well as a joy to eat.
Total cooking time is about 20 minutes for wings and 30 minutes for thighs or drumsticks.
A single chicken of 3 to 4 pounds can be cut into 10 parts for frying: 2 drumsticks, 2 thighs, 2 wings and the 2 breasts each cut in two, with the backbone discarded (or saved for stock).
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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
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