Definition of Galantines

1. Noun. (plural of galantine) ¹



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Definition of Galantines

1. galantine [n] - See also: galantine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galantines

galahs
galaktoboureko
galalike
galanas
galanases
galanga
galangal
galangals
galangas
galanin
galantamine
galanthamine
galanthophile
galanthophiles
galantine
galantines (current term)
galanty show
galapago
galapee tree
galaptin
galas
galatea
galateas
galatriaose
galatriaoses
galatrox
galavant
galavanted
galavanting
galavants

Literary usage of Galantines

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1. Choice Cookery by Catherine Owen, Helen Alice (Matthews)] [Nitsch (1889)
"galantines are so useful and handsome a dish in a large family, or one where many visitors are received, that it is well worth while to learn the art of ..."

2. The Up-to-date Waitress by Janet McKenzie Hill (1906)
"galantines OF TURKEY, CHICKEN, LITTLE PIG, ETC. A galantine is most easily carved, and, being solid meat, goes farther than any other meat dish. ..."

3. Kettner's Book of the Table: A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1877)
"... sold in the shops under the name of Yorkshire pies are not Yorkshire pies, but galantines in pots. Buy them if you have not near you—worthy namesake and ..."

4. The Modern Cook: A Practical Guide to the Culinary Art in All Its Branches by Charles Elmé Francatelli (1880)
"galantines OF LEGS OF FOWLS, A LA FINANCIERS. THIS legs must be carved from the carcasses of the fowls with the whole of the skin from the back left ..."

5. The American Pastry Cook: A Book of Perfected Receipts for Making All Sorts by Jessup Whitehead (1894)
"galantines of Quails. ... cold lake the galantines from the moulds, remove the covering of bacon, trim them and use in the ways of the larger galantines, ..."

6. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"Poulardes, capons, and fowls are also used for galantines in either of the ways directed for ... But galantines may be ornamented in several elegant ways, ..."

7. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1844)
"We thus, as nearly as I can remember, filled the tables : twenty-four large joints, fourteen stands bearing hams, six galantines, and two wild boars' heads, ..."

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