I’ve seen pizza menus listing any cheese as an extra.
He sure muffed THAT one.
Besides, a pizza without cheese is more like a pancake without syrup.
After my favorite dictionary failed me, I resorted to Mr. Google. It appears galette refers to a wide range of flat, round bakery products with a variety of toppings or stuffings, but I saw nothing that that looks like the picture here or that could be confused with a pizza, with or without cheese.
You can have cakes without frosting, and cakes and muffins are different things though?
You have to leave it to other cultures. Steak Tartar is just uncooked hamburger, and Biscotti is just stale bread crusts, but put a fancy name on them, and idiots will pay extra money for the stuff. But the crown goes to the French company that convinced American to buy bottled tap water which used to be free before the bottled water craze became a thing.
So bread and sauce? But they gave it a French name to make it sound classy?
Those are garlic knots. Your pizza place has them.
Kid’s muffin [cake like] seems to have no icing, so his example is fraught.
Some of us knew what a galette was before reading today’s “Frazz.” Does that ruin it for you, Jef With One F?
My muffin? It needs frosting.
Just Mallett trying to have fun with a word he thinks nobody knows. So some look it up and forget it tomorrow. The rest of us just think of our own flatbreads that may or may not have a red sauce.
If you’re muffins come out like cake, you’re making them wrong; regardless of any restaurant experiences to the contrary.
I first read that as “galetite” and thought it was some kind of rock.
In rural French Canada back in the day buckwheat galette was a very poor man’s fare.
Much prefer cake without frosting. Don’t really like the stuff and find it is usually applied too thick.
Italian pizza doesn’t have cheese on it the way the USA does it.
A day without light is, like, night! (Sienfield)
July 31, 2013