In my never-ending quest to improve my French, I had some friends over for dinner last night and was asking them what the word ‘grue‘ meant.
After consulting le dictionnaire français (aka:
mon ma bible), the only definition we came across was that a grue was a ‘crane’—as in the long-limbed bird.
Curiously, it’s sometimes used a slang for a ‘working woman’, if you know what I mean. Or one who is ‘facile‘.
So how does any of that relate to ground up cocoa beans?