gigot gigot  /ˈdʒɪ ɡət/


  • (n) lamb leg suitable for roasting


  1. Twice a day you will turn the gigot.
  2. To some it stands for eateries serving such traditional French fare as coq au vin, pot-au-feu and gigot.
  3. She also cooks dinner at home around 6:30, relying on bourgeois fare like gigot with flageolets.


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    on June 12, 2013     Source: Forbes

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