from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cut of meat from a rib end of veal or lamb.
- n. One of a series of microscopic grooves, each a few thousandths of an inch wide, inscribed on the surface of an adhesive-backed tape and used on airplanes and boat hulls to reduce drag.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Boneless processed pork or beef rib meat, served at restaurants and fast food places.
- n. A cut of veal or lamb taken from near the rib
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A little rib; a rudimentary rib; a vertebral pleurapophysis not developed into a free and functional rib: as, a cervical riblet of man. See pleurapophysis.
The other was a silicone rubber "riblet" - a membrane with sharp-edged ridges on it.
Best line (tie): Winner No. 1: “There is no part of a pig called a riblet.”
I like their coconut shrimp, their margaritas that get served up in shakers, the riblet basket... oh, my!
I almost got to the pharmacy before I noticed that Appleby's is doing their all you can eat barbeque riblet special again.
One riblet, one turkey, one salisbury steak (which I had, and which sucked.)
Tuesday: BBQ pork riblet, lyonnaise potatoes, green peas, wheat bread, chunky cinnamon apples, low fat milk
From the mozzarella sticks and boneless buffalo wings appetizers served with yummy ranch dressing down to the riblet basket, the steak and the fries, we thoroughly stuffed ourselves to the brim!
Even if it's a little challenging to understand, it's all much easier than figuring out how to eat a riblet.
If you want a starter dish, I have a pork riblet recipe that’s to die for.
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