parson's nose


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parson's nose

The fatty tail of a cooked fowl, especially a chicken. When we were kids, it was always a special treat to be given the parson's nose off the Sunday roast chicken.
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Just to explain, the 'parson's nose' is the fleshy bit at the tail end of the bird, and John, needless to say, is exaggerating.
Cut away the parson's nose and any excess fat from around the cavity of the chicken.
The Parson's Nose of Suck-ley, Worcestershire, won the Heart of England Fine Foods (HEFF) award for the traditional pork breakfast sausage.
In closing I hope that Mr Skidmore enjoyed his one minute of fame as delighted Moors supporters chanted 'One Roger Skidmore, there's only one Roger Skidmore', and may I suggest that he should not have to look too far this week for his 'Turkey of the Week' award, as it is right under his own Parson's Nose, which he regularly talks out of.
At the bottom of Bishop Street, city centre, directly next to the former chip shop "The Parson's Nose", there is a now vandalised and derelict three-storey building which appears to be about to be demolished.
To prepare the chicken remove the parson's nose and trim up any excess fat.
If in doubt, run around in ever-decreasing circles until your beak is firmly up your parson's nose. It makes grand theatre, but pointless politics.
The most recent incident happened on Monday when a squatter was rescued from the former Parson's Nose takeaway.
The market is laid out under a neatly erected canopy with sizzling sausages cooked by The Parson's Nose to warm up the customers on a Sunday morning.
The main course has to be traditional turkey, stuffed with parliamentary humbug and a tiny model of Nick Clegg sticking out of the parson's nose, voting for Christmas.
Terry Hall and Lynval Golding perform at the Isle of Wight's Bestival this summer and (inset) the band outside the Parson's Nose in Coventry city centre in 1980; EXCITED: Chambers
Visitors should try sausages from The Parson's Nose, ostrich burgers from Oslinc, Norbury Cider, hot fresh soup from The Soupery, organic vegetables, chocolates from Ludlow, pies from Lime Tree Pantry, and Fowler's Cheese.
The body was found at around midday on Saturday halfway down a steep section of a crag known as the Parson's Nose, by a member of the Llanberis mountain rescue team out climbing.
Also featured is the Parson's Nose chip shop, immortalised in lyrics by Terry Hall in the Specials' song, Friday Night Saturday Morning, which mentioned that 'their p...