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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, January 16, 1955, Image 118

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going, going, gone! It's time to start preserving occasionally. Cut off tight skin of peeled truit
| again. Use fruit from the tin; pineapple for one and slip pulp out of each section. Add pulp and
thing the crushed fruit for marmalade and juice to undrained cooked rind, and simmer. *■»
jam. juice for the jelly. covered. 20 minutes longer. Measure 3 cups
Try preserve-cupboard tricks, try ours, try fruit into a very large saucepan. Add pineapple. iL
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new dessert. Four parts jelly are beaten to four Skim: stir and skint by turns for 5 minutes.
parts cream. Roll the marmalade onto hot Ladle quickly into glasses. Cover at once with
dessert pancakes; serve at once. Leftover lamb? Cfc-inch hot paraffin. Yield: about 11 medium-
Add pineapple jelly to gravy, heat, blend with sized glasses.
a touch of rum.
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First prepare the fruit. Remove skins in sugar. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. At
quarters from 1 medium-sized grapefruit. once stir in pectin. a full rolling boil
medium-sized lemons and 2 medium-sized and boil hard 1 minute, stirring constantly
oranges. Lay skin quarters flat; shave off and Remove from heat. skim and pour quickly into BBBHIHBi —*««*BBI^MBBBBBBBHBBBBM^MHBIi
discard about half of the white part. With a glasses. Cover at once with hot paras- . .. , . j
’ sharp knife, slice remaining rind very fine. Add fin. Yield : about 7 medium-sized glasses HKm PUT-UPt: Make them in quick order from canned fruit
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