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  • n  edible viscera of a fowl
  • n  edible viscera of a fowl

  • He would say: "Look, here are the giblets, Nikita.
  • After a sitting Boris would trade paintbrushes for Julia's pots and pans, and concoct some of his favorite Russian recipes: shashlik and a peasant soup made with chicken giblets .
  • 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.
News & Articles

  • 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:
    Nov. 28, 2013 - The Spokesman-Review
  • 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 ...
    Nov. 28, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
  • Local Running Results Saturday
    JCI Ralston “Freeze Your Giblets” Turkey Trot
    Nov. 24, 2013 - Omaha World-Herald

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