gigot : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n lamb leg suitable for roasting
- Twice a day you will turn the gigot.
- To some it stands for eateries serving such traditional French fare as coq au vin, pot-au-feu and gigot.
- She also cooks dinner at home around 6:30, relying on bourgeois fare like gigot with flageolets.
News & Articles
- Why The Financial Press Buys Into A Non-Existent Keynesian Consensus
Few Wall Street Journal readers know that its news and opinion sections are written and managed separately. Whereas the opinion section – as edited by the late Robert Bartley and now Paul Gigot – consistently champions fiscal discipline, smaller government, and lower marginal tax rates, analysts from the Journal’s news side – David Wessel and Gerald Seib, in particular – are consistent ...
June 12, 2013 - Forbes