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Eric Weimer said thousands of gizzard shads washed up on the shore and were seen floating in the water in early March.
The 2016 trawl also showed a record high black crappie hatch, above average yellow perch hatch and strong production of trout-perch and gizzard shad, key forage species.
The prominent flat-screen television throws a glow on hotel pans full of chewy chicken gizzards, snappy pork ears, and wiry chicken feet.
And right now, those are some pretty grim gizzards.
Traditionally the chicken is poached in a mob of ginger, and might land at the table accompanied by sides of its gizzards and coagulated blood.
Roadside chefs take fried rice, a staple of sorts in these parts, and add in whatever’s on hand—sausage, meatballs, chicken gizzards, or corned beef, along with a formidable spoonful of sambal (chili sauce).
His Chinese regulars hanker for the hot chicken gizzards and whole marinated squid.
The one grocer in town is a convenience store, Gidget’s Deli, with signs in the window offering gizzards and liver and lottery tickets.
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Origin and Etymology of gizzard
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: a part in the stomach of a bird in which food is broken down into small pieces
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