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Ball bounced around a crowd of dancing women, in a diner serving gold chicken drumsticks.
One thing that seems entirely original, however, is a scene in which the ruthless hitman who serves as the title character forces a hapless victim to simulate fellatio on a Kentucky Fried Chicken drumstick.
One week, a store ran a special on chicken drumsticks — 79 cents a pound — and so Trish prepared teriyaki chicken with rice.
Eugene's Uptown location builds on the food truck menu of wings, tenders, breasts, and drumsticks, with the addition of Hot Catfish and sides, like Parsnips & Carrots, Kickin' Collard Greens, and Baked Potato Salad.
There was dancing, the swift choreographed turning and tossing of drumsticks, and an energetic marching, characteristic of most marching bands at HBCUs.
These days, drumsticks, thighs, breasts, even wings, are sold in separate packages.
Place drumsticks on top and ladle curry sauce over.
Cut drumsticks off the thighs; cut breast halves into two pieces each.
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