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! WATERMELON PRESERVES
The following is a famous Georgia
recipe: Use plump, firm melon and
cut it in half, remove all the red cen
ter and pare off the green rind, cut
the white part into two-inch pieces
and soak in weak alum water even
tablespoonful of alum to three quarts
of cold water. Allow to soak ten
hours. Drain from alum water and
boil melon in clear water until fork
pierces pieces easily.
Make a syrup, allowing one and
one-half pounds of sugar and one
cup of water for each pound of mel
on; dissolve sugar slowly over very
slow fire; when all dissolved skim
syrup and add the juice of one-half a
lemon and a small piece of the rind.
Add the melon and boil slowly one
hour until melon is clear.
Pack in glass cans while hot and
on top of each can drop fresh bay
leaf, jut on top and seal while holt