Definition of Giblets

1. Noun. Edible viscera of a fowl.

Exact synonyms: Giblet
Group relationships: Bird, Fowl
Generic synonyms: Organs, Variety Meat



Definition of Giblets

1. n. pl. The inmeats, or edible viscera (heart, gizzard, liver, etc.), of poultry.

Definition of Giblets

1. Noun. The internal organs of poultry birds, these organs being used as food. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Giblets

1. giblet [n] - See also: giblet

Medical Definition of Giblets

1. The inmeats, or edible viscera (heart, gizzard, liver, etc), of poultry. Origin: OE. Gibelet, OF. Gibelet game: cf. F. Gibelotte stewed rabbit. Cf. Gibbier. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Giblets

gibed
gibel
gibelike
gibelotte
gibels
giber
gibers
gibes
gibfish
gibi-
gibibyte
gibibytes
gibing
gibingly
giblet
giblets (current term)
gibs
gibsons
gibstaff
gibus
gibuses
giclee
gid
giddap
gidday
giddied
giddier
giddies
giddiest

Literary usage of Giblets

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Virginia Housewife: Or, Methodical Cook by Mary Randolph (1838)
"... SPANISH METHOD OF DRESSING giblets. TAKE the entrails of fat full grown fowls, empty them of their contents—open them with a sharp knife, scrape off the ..."

2. The English Art of Cookery, According to the Present Practice: Being a by Richard Briggs (1788)
"giblets a la Turtle*. TAKE three pair of goofe giblets, ... and wa(h the giblets out clean from the other ingredients in warm water-, put a quarter of a ..."

3. The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy: Which Far Exceeds Any Thing of the by Hannah Glasse (1784)
"7s make giblets a la Turtle. LET three pair of giblets be done as before (well ... it for ten minutes, ,then put in your giblets, add the juice of a lemon, ..."

4. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"To stew giblets. Do them as will be directed for giblet-pie, until the gizzards are perfectly tender; season them with salt and pepper, and a very small ..."

5. The Art of Cookery Made Easy and Refined: Comprising Ample Directions for by John Mollard (1802)
"CUT two pair of scalded goose giblets into pieces of two inches long; then blanch them, trim the bones from the ends, and wash the giblets; ..."

6. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1859)
"... And when they met, to say, Good morrow, brother; Thus each quit other all old debts aud driblets, And set the hare's head against the goose's giblets. ..."

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