Airline chicken

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Airline chicken is a food dish comprising a boneless chicken breast with the drumette attached. Skin on breast with 1st wing joint and tenderloin attached, otherwise boneless.[1] The cut is also known as a frenched breast.[2] It is also known as "statler chicken," a name which originated from the Boston Hotel Statler, built in 1927 by E.M. Statler.[3]

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  1. ^ "Do Try This at Home". Chicago Tribune.
  2. ^ Schneller, Thomas (2010). Poultry: identification, fabrication, utilization. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning. p. 40. ISBN 1435400380.
  3. ^ "Statler chicken" www.Boston.com. Retrieved 2010-12-01