Examples of squab in a Sentence
at one point Robinson Crusoe tells of making a rough-hewn squab with the skins of animals he had killed
Recent Examples of squab from the Web
After two meat courses — a yin-yang of squab and foie gras and a veal dish sourced from Sylvia Pryzant, who counts fine-dining superstars Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud as customers — dessert brings us back to Michigan and Lents’ mission.
The squab carcasses are used to create the soup in an earlier course.
The main course on my last visit earlier this month was squab, cooked on a smoker set out back of the restaurant.
This was borne out in a course of squab with currants.
Hopefully the cats will stay away and the young squabs will survive.
Stay for dinner: Alain Ducasse’s IDAM, on the top floor, has French–meets–Persian Gulf dishes like squab with dates and turmeric.
Pinckney was at the dinner that night, trying to acknowledge and refute history over watermelon brandy, chowchow, shrimp pie, chapon chasseur, and truffled squab served with silver ewers of walnut ketchup.
The poor passenger will perch atop a sculpted squab that has more in common with a horse-saddle than a comfy chair.
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Origin and Etymology of squab
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
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