debone debone


  • (v) remove the bones from


  1. The fish fork, I learn, is the one with ornate tines--smaller than the main-course fork--meant to debone fish.
  2. Eight quick steps, each with its own picture, show how to debone the thing, and then it's an easy, two-step process to lay open the fillet so that it's ready for the grill.


  • Section 1-AAA singles tournament features top players

    By Doug Gulasy, Norwin Star Penn-Trafford girls tennis coach Jane DeBone will face an interesting dilemma when the Section 1-AAA singles tournament begins Wednesday. On the one hand, her top ...
    on September 11, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

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