- n flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising; flesh of a dove (young squab) may be broiled
- n a soft padded sofa
- n an unfledged pigeon
- s short and fat
- In 1958, a pair of American and Soviet weightlifters fought their own version of the Cold War by eating eight lobsters and six squab in front of 250 onlookers at a New York .
- Our over-stimulated palates may be delighted though not completely astonished by a jalapeo-and-yuzu-topped sea urchin or squab encrusted with Sichuan peppercorns (the .
- If you want to enjoy a meal of sauted squab or roasted foie gras it is essential to book several days ahead.
News & Articles
- Oregon quail an earthy treat
Ever since tasting tea squab many years ago at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, I've been fascinated by small game birds such as quail and pheasant. But it wasn't until we moved to Salem that I found them both so readily available.
June 9, 2013 - Salem Statesman Journal
- Mario Batali in CBS News
Of course Grandma would be proud,Batali says. "I don't know if she would understand beef cheek ravioli with crushed squab liver and black truffles, but she would certainly give it a shot. The food that we make is very based in our heart....