Chestnut and Turkey Casserole from Chestnut Cookbook, 2000: You bought a too-large turkey? Or some of your guests couldn’t make it? You have lots and lots of leftover turkey? Here’s a recipe I can pretty much guarantee you won’t have cooked before.
Yes, we have the cookbook. See it here: Chestnut Cookbook
Chestnut Cookbook: Glossy, high-end specialty cookbook published by Hamlyn, an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group Limited, London, in 2000. Hard cover cookbook with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket are in mint, as-if-new condition. 64 pages. No author is given, but a home economist is listed, Dagmar Vesely.
This cookbook, obviously, focuses on use of chestnuts in recipes for soups and appetizers, side dishes and stuffings, main courses, sweet treats, desserts, and jams and chutneys. Because chestnuts contain more starch and less oil than other nuts, they are often served as an accompaniment to traditional turkey at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other winter holidays. The book includes many sweeet ideas for festive desserts and treats such as Chestnut Rum Brulee, Bucke de Noel, and Chestnut Jam with Whiskey.