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Recipes from American Cookery
 by Amelia Simmons (1796)


For preserving Quinces in Loaf Sugar

Take a peck of quinces, put them into a kettle of cold water, hang them over the fire, boil them till they are soft, then take them out with a for, when cold, pair them, quarter or half them, if you like; take their weight of loaf sugar, put into a bell metal kettle or sauce pan, with 1 quart of water, scald and skim it till it is very clear, then put in your quinces, let them boil in the sirrup for half an hour, add oranges as before if you like, then put them in stone pots for use.



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