giblet giblet  /ˈdʒɪb lət/


  • (n) edible viscera of a fowl


  • His menus were hearty: a breakfast of fried cornmeal mush with chicken-giblet gravy and sausages, a dinner of spareribs and sauerkraut, corn bread and black-eyed peas.


  • SummerFest a family affair

    It was hard to tell who was having more fun at SummerFest in Duncan on Saturday — 5-year-old Teague Parsley of Sterling actually riding a pony or his grandfather, Richard Giblet, just watching. “I came all the way down here to spoil my grandchild,” said Giblet, who lives in Cordell in far western Oklahoma. The annual event at Fuqua Park, held Friday and Saturday, drew 67 vendors as well as ...
    on July 21, 2013     Source: The Duncan Banner


  • "It's got to have so much kitchen broth and liquid in it that you don't need the giblet gravy," Beebe said. "Now we've got the giblet gravy and you can put in on there, but you can live without it because it's that moist. I don't know who...
    on Nov 21, 2007 By: Mike Beebe Source: Springdale Morning News

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