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Classic CookBook Recipes: A 1796 Cookbook: ‘American Cookery’ by Amelia Simmons

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American Cookery

 For Preserving Quinces
 Preserving Quinces in Loaf Sugar
 For Preserving Strawberries
 The American Citron
 White Bullace, Pears, etc
 To Make Marmalade
 To Preserve Mulberries Whole
 Goosberries, Damsons or Plumbs
 To Preserve Peaches
 To Preserve Apricots
 To Preserve Cherries
 To Preserve Raspberries
 To Preserve Currants
 To Preserve Plumbs
 Strawberry Preserve
 Apple Preserve
 Damson Preserve
 Keeping Apples Thro' Winter
 To Preserve Bush Beans
 To Preserve Parsley
 To Keep Damsons
 Currant Jelly
 Preserve Plumbs & Cherries
 Peach Preserve
 To Dry Peaches
 Make Mangoes of Melons
 To Pickle Barberries
 To Pickle Cucumbers
 Brewing Spruce Beer





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