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Chicken lollipops

February 8, 2006

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We've eaten meat-on-a-stick ever since we've eaten meat, since bones make perfect handles. Once chefs and butchers started scraping the bone end of certain cuts clean, it was only a matter of time before things like that ''Frenched" rack of lamb and even chicken wings started being referred to as that childhood favorite -- a lollipop. (Full article: 241 words)

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