Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dripping.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun fat that exudes from meat and drips off while it is being roasted or fried

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Examples

  • Saute onion, green pepper, celery, and garlic in drippings in skillet; add rice, squirrel, potatoes, seasonings, and enough liquid to cook rice and potatoes.

    what to do after you kill a squirrel?

  • Slice onion, separate into rings and saute in drippings; remove from pan and set aside ...

    Venison Liver and Onions!!!

  • Saute onion, green pepper, celery, and garlic in drippings in skillet; add rice, squirrel, potatoes, seasonings, and enough liquid to cook rice and potatoes.

    what to do after you kill a squirrel?

  • Answer: Originating in the Yorkshire region in the north of England, the pudding was originally made in the fat drippings from a roast beef and then served with gravy as part of the roast beef dinner.

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  • Answer: Originating in the Yorkshire region in the north of England, the pudding was originally made in the fat drippings from a roast beef and then served with gravy as part of the roast beef dinner.

    Soy Milk for Dairy Free Yorkshire Pudding

  • I don't have drippings from the CFS since I deep fry instead of pan fry mine, but the flavor from Owens extra hot sausage with a little extra sage, black pepper and salt makes for a great gravy.

    Cream of the gravy crop | Homesick Texan

  • The pan drippings from the turkey itself were used to make the gravy.

    A badly burnt bird, but great giblet gravy | Homesick Texan

  • And the bowel drippings from the night before, squirted over the lilac bush where little Cathy is playing, might not come in contact with her skin or mucous membranes.

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  • I think developing a sauce would be a mighty fine idea, especially if there were some way to catch the drippings from the grill and incorporate those.

    ‘Que, Part the Second

  • A little later, when her glance passed to the roof of the mill there was no perceptible change in her expression; and she observed dispassionately that the shingles which caught the drippings from the sycamore were beginning to rot.

    The Miller of Old Church

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