Rural New Yorker

Rural New Yorker

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When it is thick and smooth, like jelly, pour into little crocks or jars; when cold pour melted parafiin over it, and cover like jelly. While well-flavored fruit should be used, it is a good method for gnarled or bruised pears, leaving the a#39;fine, smooth specimens for canning. IF a#39;JEWEL ... All hands were at work early to get the wecka#39;s work finished up in good shape. Farmer F. ... In the editora#39;s directions a€”suggestions, rathera€”she says: a€œFill into cans and add boiling salted water to fill the cans full.

Title:Rural New Yorker
Publisher: - 1911


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