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RECIPESSauces, Salsas, etc.Cold Sauces pg 2 >  Ketchup, Tomato (1801)


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Mrs. Samuel Whitehorne, Sugar House Book, 1801, Collection of the Newport Historical Society.

"Get them quite ripe on a dry day, squeeze them with your hands till reduced to a pulp, then put half a pound of fine salt to one hundred tomatoes, and boil them for two hours.

Stir them to prevent burning.

While hot press them through a fine sieve, with a silver spoon till nought but the skin remains, then add a little mace, 3 nutmegs, allspice, cloves, cinnamon, ginger and pepper to taste.

Boil over a slow fire till quite thick, stir all the time.

Bottle when cold.

One hundred tomatoes will make four or five bottles and keep good for two or three years."


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