peppermintpattie on Sunday, 4th December 2011
I'd love some help. There was a Gary Rhodes Christmas programme on back in about 2003 (possibly repeated a few years ago) where he cooked a turkey crown and pate to accompany. The pate was cooked in a round cake tin and wrapped in streaky bacon.... I made it and it was sensational.
I'd like to make it this year but of course cannot find the recipe.... Having searched on the web, there seems to be a lot of (old and) conflicting info about which book it was published in. I'll happily track down a 2nd hand copy- can anyone confirm the book?
I'd be most grateful for your help!!
According to the posts on this forum, the recipe is in "The Complete Cookery Year" - your library may have a copy, or charity shops?
Oh thanks Alison - much appreciated... I see amazon have some 2nd hand so I'm going to try that.
I really hope it's the right book.
I had my doubts when you mentioned you'd seen a lot of old & conflicting info on the internet, as the posters on that forum got quite confused!
This one here from somebodyy named Mat could be it?
GCP thank you very much! This recipe looks very very similar - the only differences I can remember - the "festive" version is baked in a round springform tin and has boozy soaked raisins in it.
That said, this is a very very similar recipe (From what I can remember...it is getting on for 10 years ago) and a great back-up - thank you!
I've bought the book 2nd hand on amazon so I'm hoping I'll get the recipe shortly. There was a further complication as there are hardback & paperback versions with 3 years difference in publication date...so who knows
But I've got a book on it's way, hopefull in time to still get my meat order in and I've now got a great backup recipe.
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