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Lemonade (1906)

From The Inglenook Cook Book (1906)

Take 2 lemons, 4 tablespoonfuls of sugar, and 2 quarts of water. If you have no lemon squeezer, slice the lemons in round slices, put the sugar on and press out the juice with a potato masher.

Sister Mary Wampler, Dayton, Va.

For 1 quart of lemonade take 2 lemons. Wash the lemons, slice fine into a pitcher, add 2 large tablespoonfuls of sugar, stirring in with the lemon well before putting in the water. Fill up with cold water to make 1 quart.

Sister Annie Lint, Quinter, Kans.


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