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" Jam. Weigh equal quantities of fruit and sugar ; put the former into a preserving-pan, boil and break it, stir constantly, and let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way the jam is greatly... "
Tried and approved recipes. By a lady - Page 68
by Tried and approved recipes - 1878
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A new system of domestic cookery. By a lady [M.E. Rundell].

Maria Eliza Rundell - 1808
...let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way the jam is greatly superior in colour and...that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. Another way. — Put the fruit in a jar in a kettle of water, or on a hot hearth, till the juice will...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cookery - 1824 - 449 pages
...let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way the jam is greatly superior in colour and...that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. • Another way. Put the fruit in a jar in a kettle of water, or on a hot hearth, till the juice will...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery, Formed Upon Principles of Economy, and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cooking, American - 1840 - 351 pages
...their last boil. The extra-syrup will serve for pies, or go towards other such meats. Raspberry Jam. This way the jam is greatly superior in colour and...flavour to that which is made by putting the sugar in it first. — Another may, — Put the fruit in a jar in a kettle of water, or on a hot hearth, till...
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Irving's 1000 Receipts, Or, Modern & Domestic Cookery: A, a [sic] Complete ...

Lucretia Irving - Cookery for the sick - 1852 - 216 pages
...and let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way the jam is greatly superior in colour and...that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. To preserve Greengages. Choose the largest, when they begin to soften , split them without paring,...
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Mrs. Rundell's Domestic cookery

Maria Eliza Rundell - 1859
...let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way the jam is greatly superior in colour and...that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. Another way.— Put the fruit into a jar in a kettle of water, or on a hot hearth, till the juice will...
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The family manual and servants' guide. New (9th) ed

Family manual - 1859
...very quickly. When mosl of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, inid simmer half a» hour. This jam is superior in colour and flavour to that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. Gooseberry Jam. PUT twelve pounds of the red hairy gooseberries, when ripe, and gathered in dry weather,...
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The New England Farmer, Volume 14

Agriculture - 1862
...an hour, add the sugar and simmer half an hour. In this way the jam is superior in color and flavor to that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. RASPBEREY VflNE. Bruise the finest ripe raspberries with the back of a spoon ; strain them through...
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Things a lady would like to know concerning domestic management and expenditure

Henry Southgate - 1875
...let it boil very quickly. When most of the juice is wasted, add the sugar, and simmer half an hour. This way, the jam is greatly superior in colour and flavour to that wh1ch 1s made by putting the sugar in at first. Raspberry Vinegar. — July or August. — To 6 Ibs....
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Godey's Magazine, Volume 64

Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Art - 1862
...an hour, add the sugar and eimmer half an hour. In this way the jam is superior in color and fiavor to that which is made by putting the sugar in at first. RAJÎPBESBT WINE. — Bruise the finest ripe raspberries with the back of a spoon; strain them through...
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