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Season 159 - Day 12 of 14

French Cuisine

In French cuisine, what is the name of the Eurasian songbird that is cooked whole and eaten by the diners with their heads covered under a napkin.
The delicacy was so popular in France in the 20th century, that the population dropped to dangerously low levels, leading to laws protecting the bird.
What is the name of this tasty, crunchy songbird?


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