from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. The edible heart, liver, or gizzard of a fowl.
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- n. The internal organs of poultry birds, these organs being used as food.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The inmeats, or edible viscera (heart, gizzard, liver, etc.), of poultry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. edible viscera of a fowl
Remove the giblets from the cavity of the chicken.
Just in case you are wondering what giblets are doing in the last answer, giblets is the translation of the popular grilled beef restaurant dish ホルモン, or hormone, which I wonder if it has similar overtones to that of the English word from which the Japanese derives.
Very often the giblets, that is, the liver, heart, and gizzard of chicken, are used in making gravy.
You may make a gravy of the giblets, that is the neck, pinions, liver, heart and gizzard, stewed in a little water, thickened with butter rolled in flour, and seasoned with pepper and salt.
Don't add turkey "giblets" which often come packed inside the turkey.
The members who have businesses need the loan to buy products such as giblets and fabrics, and those who work in services need it for family expenses, like their children's education.
I thought that overall the story had a great mixture of dark humor, suspense, sex, and of course gallons and gallons of blood, brains, intestines and other 'giblets'.
"giblets" they had already disposed of, so that not the smallest fragment could be seen lying about.
But this year, I have noticed a new fly in the ointment: Letters from folks -- lots of them -- who have had it up to their giblets with divisive political speeches hijacking their holiday spreads.
She didn't realise that the giblets were in a plastic bag inside it.