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chicken riggies

chicken riggies
 n.pl.— «I asked her about a shirt I’d seen in the gift shop that listed something called “chicken riggies” as one of Utica’s claims to fame. She explained that it was a pasta dish—chicken and rigatoni.» —“Beer, There and Everywhere” by Michael J. LoPresti Syracuse New Times (New York) Aug. 12, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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