No, I have not misspelled Gallifrey.
Gallimaufry is an old-fashioned word and I think it deserves to be used more than it is.
Gallimaufry originally meant ragout (the stew). It first appeared in the mid 16th century, having developed from the archaic French word galimafrée meaning ‘unappetizing dish’.
It is thought to combine the Old French galer ‘to have a good time’ with the dialect mafrer ‘to eat a lot’.