Grandma's Giblet Gravy
If you are looking for perfect gravy to accompany your holiday turkey, look no further.
Reduce heat to low, and check the seasonings. Add salt and pepper only if you think it is necessary. Some people (me) like to add a tablespoon or so of sherry at this point. It adds a wonderful, mellow flavor. Just use regular dry sherry -- not sweet sherry, and definitely not cooking sherry. Add the giblets and simmer for about 10 minutes.
Recipe editor Patricia Mitchell
You can make your gravy early, keep it warm, and heat it back up a bit just before serving. Makes about 3 cups. If you need more, just double the recipe.
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