Source: Recipe: Berry Happy Mimosa
This comfort food was requested by my son, Derek (7/12/80). I backed it in our spacious toaster oven.
My mom, Gloria Davis Bradshaw always loved this classic food.
Today’s recipe is another from this month’s feature cookbook by The Cook Book Guru, The Book of Household Management by Mrs Isabella Beeton.
The recipe is actually called ‘fowl and rice croquettes’ in the book but I didn’t want to scare you all off with such a title, especially when Debi from My Kitchen Witch advised:
The 1907 edition significantly added an Edwardian genteel flourish for the upwardly mobile, dressing up what was once plain cooking, and included the affectation of French names for the recipes.
In that case, let’s call these lovely little croquettes: Croquettes De Poulet.
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This is another recipe from Charmaine Solomon’s The Complete Asian Cookbook which is this month’s feature cookbook on The Cook Book Guru. I thought the croquettes were fantastic, stupendous, etc. BUT (and, as you can see, it is a big “BUT”), I did not make them – Maus did and, no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t get her to say they were worth the effort.
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This month, The Cook Book Guru is featuring Claudia Roden’s A New Book of Middle Eastern Food. I have already posted two recipes from this cookbook, Moroccan Tagine with Prunes and Muhallabia (one of my all-time favourite desserts). As I have previously mentioned, Claudia’s book is the classic English language cookbook on Middle Eastern cooking. It was first published as A Book of Middle Eastern Food in 1968.
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