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"Look in the hut for the -women!"
The tree swayed and crackled and
fell crashing into the snow.
"Where's that woman?" shouted
Hale from the hut; "D n her!"
But when at last -he found her he
changed his mind and let her stay
with Skeene there in the snow.
Four heads of cauliflower, separate
into small pieces and add one cup of
salt and allow to stand over night.
Put in colander and drain. Rinse
with cold water. Tie one-quarter of
a cup of mixed spice in bag and boil
in two quarts of vinegar with two
cups of sugar. When vinegar is boil
ing drop in cauliflower and boil ten
minutes, stirring, that all may be
cooked. Put at once into cans and
cover with hot vinegar and seal.
Do not pack too full or the flour
ettes will lose their shape.
GARLIC CUCUMBER PICKLE
Slice 24 large green cucumbers and
boil them in weak vinegar for half
While boiling prepare the follow
ing: Two quarts of vinegar, half
tablespoon, each, of sliced garlic,
grated horseradish, tumeric, ground
black pepper, ginger, celery seed and
ground cinnamon; a teaspoon, each,
of mace and allspice; one-half tea
spoon of red pepper and one-half
pound of sugar. Put in the cucum
bers and- simmer two hours. Put in
jars while hot and seaL
Peel, halve and stone one-half
bushel of peaches. Put into preserv
ing kettle and cook until clear and
smooth. A few peach stones may be
added while cooking to flavor the
peach pulp. Add as many cups of
sugar as you have cups of peach pulp.
Boil three hours very carefully, stir
ring constantly, as it burns very eas
ily. Put in jars and seal while hot.
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