rib-eye in the sky
 n.— «We heard a flock of sand hill cranes coming in but couldn’t tell where they were. Finally they broke through the fog and were right on top of Brent. He unloaded his shotgun and one of the cranes fell to the ground. I had no idea how big these birds were. They are huge! Brent was excited and said this was very good to eat, the so-called rib eye in the sky.» —“My first goose hunt” by Bowhunterhelm TexasBowhunter.com Community Discussion Forums Feb. 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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