giblets giblets


  • (n) edible viscera of a fowl


  1. The local abbot, a famous chef and gourmet, delivers sermons on such worldly topics as how to prepare sarrabulhosa Portuguese delicacy concocted from pig's blood and giblets.
  2. That includes such obvious specialties as crunchy fried chicken with livers and other giblets, fork-tender country-fried steak, braised pork chops, fried catfish and black-eyed peas.
  3. Here it is 1947, and what with food rationing and the gentry hoarding giblets in their attache cases, Joyce can't get a decent piece of meat.


  1. Doug Clark: Professor Pilgrim weighs in on turnips, herbs and Apple bashes - Thu, 28 Nov 2013 PST

    Cover your giblets, ladies and germs. It’s time for another edition of America’s favorite Thanksgiving Day advice column: Ask Professor Pilgrim. Before the professor starts addressing your concerns, we’ll take a moment like we always do to announce the following holiday closures:
    on November 28, 2013     Source: The Spokesman-Review

  2. UHP: Want to stay Thankful this holiday? Buckle up, slow down

    Here’s the Utah Highway Patrol’s suggestion to avoid getting your giblets in an uproar this Thanksgiving: buckle up, slow down and be especially aware of other drivers’ actions. UHP troopers will be out in force over the holiday weekend ahead, and they warn that they will be especially hard-nosed about enforcing speed limits, safe lane changes and seat belt laws. Seat belt use has been on the ...
    on November 28, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

  3. Local Running Results Saturday

    JCI Ralston “Freeze Your Giblets” Turkey Trot
    on November 25, 2013     Source: Omaha World-Herald


  • Blundell writes in The Naked Truth that he would sigh and think of it as "wind up the giblets" time as he handed his clothes to a wardrobe assistant.
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Graeme Blundell Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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