Skewer the livers and gizzards to the sides, under the wings.
Reserve the livers, gizzards, and hearts to put in the gravy.
Cut off the bills and split the heads; and cut the necks and gizzards into mouthfuls.
These gizzards are nature's gristmills, and they grind exceedingly fine.
After very nicely cleaning goose or duck giblets, and removing the thick membrane from the gizzards, stew them, in a little water.
It was very much as though he had twisted it in somebody's gizzards.
Why are small particles of sand, stone, &c., found in the gizzards of birds?
But it's the principle of it what's a-sticking in their gizzards.
We have no gizzards, and so we must grind our food with our teeth.
You could see Cally-Lou, an' so could I, if our gizzards was in the right place.