She returned to Rue du Helder with a portion of galette, which she had no desire to taste; but Paul was not in his place.
I trust the whole school had galette with sugar on your birthday, Elizabeth?
Here, good wife, a cup of wine and some galette for this gentleman.
Mounted upon Zephyr and galette, the captain and the count scoured the island in search of some available retreat.
She would bring them herself, and have a slice of galette or a fig from the big basketful with them.
It was not for nothing that the Norman farmer lounged in the court and doorway, and brought home presents of galette.
Monsieur, give me a little flour and some butter, and I'll make a galette for the young ones.
When they ventured to the top of the height as far as the "galette Windmill" they had a stewed rabbit.
A few years ago the “galette” was not the safest of places for a stranger to go to alone.
Pierre accepted the galette, reciprocated the civil speeches, but kept his eyes open.