a specialized pair of scissors for cutting through poultry flesh and bones, usu. with curved serrated blades
Poultry shears have classically been used for tasks like cutting a chicken in half down the breastbone, although a cleaver can also be used for this purpose.
Spam may be the most well known, but there are hundreds of “potted meat products” available—Armour has an entire line.
Saying this, he put into my hand some potted meat and fine biscuits, which I found very refreshing.
Here's one: the other day I was opening a tin of potted meat, and a bit of shrapnel came and took the tin clean out of my hand.
I had eggs, potted meat and marmalade sandwiches I had made myself.
He descended, returning in a minute with a bottle of wine and two tins of potted meat.
Make as many as the potted meat will allow, and get the matron to boil half-a-dozen eggs hard.
His mind had been completely taken up with the idea of Diana running after omnibuses and lunching cheaply on potted meat.
She found some potted meat, spread it on another biscuit, ate it greedily, and finished the pint bottle of champagne.
Let the table be prettily laid at all times, then if you have potted meat and preserves, have them put on the table.
She had a tray full of all sorts of things in the greenhouse—cakes and jam and potted meat.