Ever wondered what a galantine is / are?
So did we when we saw it on a menu this lunch time. You see this is what happens when you go out for lunch in Cheshire - you need a Wiki-app just to understand the menu.
Just in case you are thinking of having a Valentine galatine, or encounter one lurking under a red current jus - I give you 'galantine of pheasant' - which Tris ordered just so we could see what it was.
Am I missing something? Does everyone already know what a galantine is - and I'm just being a bit thick?
According to Wikipedia it is a French dish of de-boned stuffed meat.
Well why didn't they just say that!
Oooohhhh la la!