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Cut drumsticks off the thighs; cut breast halves into two pieces each.
Place drumsticks on top and ladle curry sauce over.
After a particularly nasty outbreak of food poisoning from salmonella in chicken in 2013, regulators and consumers have become more aware of the dangers of bingeing on antibiotics-infused drumsticks.
The thigh should also lay flat, rotated out so the bottoms of the drumsticks nearly touch.
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.
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