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[Note from Chef James - the 'mangos' referred to in this recipe are actually green peppers.  See Mango Facts & Trivia for the explanation]

GREEN PEPPER MANGOES

The Original White House Cook Book (1887 Ed.)
(Sent in by J.M.)


Select firm, sound, green peppers, and add a few red ones,as they are ornamental and look well upon the table.

With a sharp knife remove the top, take out the seed, soak over night in salt water, then fill with chopped cabbage and green tomatoes, seasoned with salt, mustard seed and ground cloves. 

Sew on the top. 

Boil vinegar sufficient to cover them, with a cup of brown sugar, and pour over the mangoes.

Do this three mornings, then seal.
 

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