- gibraltar board,
- gibraltar, strait of,
Origin of giblets
Examples from the Web for giblets
If cookbooks really drain your giblets, Daniel Duane knows how you feel.Father’s Day 2012 Gift Ideas: 13 Best Books for Dad|The Daily Beast|June 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chop the giblets very fine, first removing the tough parts of the gizzard; then reheat them in sauce, and serve.Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners|Elizabeth O. Hiller
Clean the duck, putting aside the giblets, and cut off the head and legs.The Italian Cook Book|Maria Gentile
The offal and “giblets” they had already disposed of, so that not the smallest fragment could be seen lying about.The Plant Hunters|Mayne Reid
“I reckon I know the giblets—if I can once get at them,” said Jess.The Girls of Central High in Camp|Gertrude W. Morrison
Make a gravy from these drippings and the water in which the giblets were boiled.
Word Origin for giblets
mid-15c. (in singular, gybelet), from Old French gibelet "game stew," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Frankish *gabaiti "hunting with falcons," related to Old High German beizan "to fly a falcon," literally "to cause to bite," from bizzan "to bite."