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A shank is the bottom part of a chicken's leg above the foot and below the hock.
d I'll go so far as to say that I almost prefer a nicely braised deer shank to the vaunted backstrap .
The overall relative asymmetry mean for shank width was significantly greater in control group (2.
Concurrent Position: President and CEO, Siebert Brandford Shank & Co.
A 25 year veteran of the industry, Shank will also continue in her role as president and CEO of the municipal finance firm Siebert Brandford Shank & Co.
Shank started his career with ElDorado National in a parts and service capacity before moving to Thomas Built Buses and Daimler Bus in field service and strategic planning.
These first two sections are especially helpful in allowing the reader to meet and understand Shank.
TASTY: Mark Farrar's braised lamb shank with redcurrant jus
For the lamb shanks Preheat oven to 350 degrees Season shanks with
By choosing the length, box shape, foot and heel width, shank strength, and vamp height, dancers of any level can help build a unique shoe for their foot.
According to manufacturers, said Shank, an operation running one press with one folder should plan to be out of commission for two to four days.
Leeson was in charge of both settlement and trading," says John Shank, a professor of accounting at the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.