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" ... suddenly into hot water to take off the syrup that hangs about it ; put it on a napkin before the fire to drain, and then do some more in the sieve. "
The cook's own book, and housekeeper's register: being receipts for cooking ... - Page 283
by Mrs. N. K. M. Lee, Eliza Leslie - 1840 - 337 pages
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A new system of domestic cookery. By a lady [M.E. Rundell].

Maria Eliza Rundell - 1808
...over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow •end of sieves in a lightly-warm oven, and turn it two or three times. It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully, and it will be beautiful. To prepare Barberries for Tartlets. Pick barberries that have no stones,...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...double refined sugar, which sift over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow end of sieves in a lightly warm oven, and turn it two...It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully, and it tvill be -beautiful. Orange Marmalade. • , Rasp the oranges, cut out the pulp, then boil the...
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A Modern System of Domestic Cookery: Or, The Housekeeper's Guide, Arranged ...

M. Radcliffe - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1823 - 676 pages
...over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow end of sieves in a lightly-warm oven, and turn it two or three times. It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully, and it will be beautiful. Lemon and Orange Peels candied. Cut your lemons or oranges long-ways, take...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cookery - 1824 - 449 pages
...double-refined sugar, which sift over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow end of sieves in a lightly warm oven, and turn it two...It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully, and it will be beautiful. To keep Currants. The bottles being perfectly clean and dry, let the currants...
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The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams

Samuel Adams (servant.), Sarah Adams - 1826
...fruit till covered quite white. Set it on the shallow end of the sieve in a warm oven, and turn it-two or three times. It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully. 51. BARLEY SUGAR. Take a quantity of clarified sugar in that state that on dipping the finger into...
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The Richmond County Mirror, Volume 3

Staten Island (New York, N.Y.) - 1839
...which sift over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow end of selves in a light warm oven, and turn it two or three times. It must not be cold till dry. Watch it carefully, and it will be beautiful. To PRESERVE STRAWBERRIES WHOLE. — Take equal weights of the fruit and double-refined...
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The American matron: or Practical and scientific cookery

A housekeeper - Cooking - 1851 - 268 pages
...it. Sift over some sugar on all sides till quite white. Set in on the shallow side of a sieve in a warm oven, and turn it two or three times. It must not be cold until dry. To PRESERVE QUINCES. The orange quince is the best to preserve. Peal and core the quinces...
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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
...doubled refined sugar, which sift over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow end of sieves in a lightly warm oven, and turn it two...It must not be cold till 'dry. Watch it carefully, and it will be beautiful. To preserve Apricots with Jelly. Pare the fruit -very thin, and stone it...
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The illustrated London cookery book

Frederick Bishop - 1852
...of the fruit till it is perfectly white, set it on the shallow end of tbe sieve, in a slightly hot oven, and turn it two or three times ; it must not be cold till dry, watch it carefully. 1382. GREEN-GAGES, COMPOTE OF. Pick the green-gages with a pin, and set them on the fire in a pan of...
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The Servants' magazine, or Female domestics' instructor

Social Science - 1852
...sugar, which sift over the fruit on all sides till quite white. Set it on the shallow ends of a sieve, in a lightly warm oven, and turn it two or three times. It must not be allowed to grow cold till quite dry. Watch it carefully and it will be beautiful. To preserve Apricots....
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