Cromeskies - Defined

Cromeskies—Also spelled " kromeskies" are a sort of fritter made of fish, flesh, game and fowl. The meats are made into a form of salpiçon or croquette mixture, when cold formed into cork shapes, then either rolled in a thin short paste, or fritter batter, fried crisp, garnished, sauced and served. An oyster cromesky is an oyster dried with a cloth, wrapped with a a thin slice of parboiled bacon, pinned with a toothpick, dipped in batter and fried; when cooked, the toothpick removed before serving.

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