Definitions for "Chicken "
Keywords:  fowl, bird, poultry, gallus, egg
A young bird or fowl, esp. a young barnyard fowl.
A young person; a child; esp. a young woman; a maiden; same as spring chicken.
Broilers: Also called fryers or broiler-fryers, these are young chickens weighing from 1 1/2 to 4 pounds. They can be broiled, sautéed, fried, roasted, and braised. Roasters: These are somewhat older and larger chickens (3 to 5 pounds), delicious when roasted, poached, or braised. Stewing Chickens: Also called mature, old chickens, or hens, these should be poached or simmered. Capons: Castrated cocks, weighing 6 to 7 pounds or more, these birds are especially desirable for roasting when a large bird is in order. Squab chickens: The poussins of France, these are mere babies weighing about a pound and sufficient for one person. They are unusually tender and delicate and are best when roasted whole or split and broiled.
Baked, grilled, fried – there's so many things you can do with our feathered friends. 0 Recipes » 1 Sub Categories
BREAST: Has skin and bone intact. BREAST FILLET: Breast halved, skinned and boned. DRUMSTICK: Leg with skin intact. THIGH: Has skin and bone intact.
the flesh of a chicken used for food
Keywords:  foolhardy, dignam, afraid, barry, irish
a foolhardy competition; a dangerous activity that is continued until one competitor becomes afraid and stops
Chicken is a 2001 three-minute Irish short film directed by Barry Dignam about the way adolescent males sometimes redirect their feelings of affection for each other into often violent or competitive activities such as games of chicken.
Chicken is the third single on British psychobilly band The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster's debut album, Horse of the Dog. It was released in 2003.
The game of Chicken, also known as the Hawk-Dove game, is an influential model of conflict escalation in game theory. The principle of the game is that while it is preferable not to yield to the opponent, if neither player yields, then outcome is the worst possible one for both players. Mathematically, Chicken and Hawk-Dove are identical, the different names stem from parallel development of the basic principles in different research areas.Osborne, M.
Keywords:  twink, gale, teens, young, boy
gay boy under the age of consent.
a very young person who cruises older people, usually a gay male under the age of 21
young boy
a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
Keywords:  parker, chris, ref, loco, former
Former Loco player/ref Chris Parker
Keywords:  coward, context
a coward in this context
a Christian who spends more time worrying about the pecking order of his fellow believers than he does working on his own relationship with God
Chicken is a Scheme compiler that translates most of R5RS Scheme into relatively portable C. It supports fully general tail-call optimization, first-class continuations, and multiple values.
an autonomous being, and thus the choice to cross the road was of his own free will
Chicken is a compiler and interpreter for the Scheme programming language that compiles Scheme code to standard C. It is mostly R5RS compliant and offers many extensions to the standard. Chicken is free software available under the BSD license.
Keywords:  frightened, easily
easily frightened
Keywords:  pullet, cockerel, age, less, year
a cockerel or pullet if it is less than one year of age
Keywords:  gawky, irregular, lump
a gawky irregular lump
Fresh boneless chicken comes from USDA inspected processing facilities and is the same high quality as that used in human foods.
Nickname that Pam sometimes gave her listeners.
Keywords:  avian, animal, native, earth, legged
an animal that
a small avian animal native to Earth
a two-legged animal
A gay teenager. In Chinese culture, a female prostitute.
Keywords:  fuck, shut, woman
a woman who will not shut the fuck up
Keywords:  tons, weighs, song, ten
a song that weighs ten tons
Keywords:  evil, spirits, ceremony, channel, may
a channel for evil spirits which may be present during the ceremony
Keywords:  excellent, quality, common
Common, of excellent quality
an individual who has significant authority over your project, but does not make a personal commitment to the success of the project
Keywords:  tells, new, developments, changes
A chicken tells of changes and new developments.
Keywords:  slang, turn, checking, your, term
Slang term for checking on your turn.