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(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Take plums, or apricots, baking pears, and apples, of each a pound;

slice the pears and apples, and open the plums; put them in layers in an

earthen mug, and set it in a slow oven. When the fruit is soft, squeeze

it through a colander; add a pound of sugar; place it on the fire, and

let it simmer, till it will leave the pan clear. Then put it into an

earthen mould to cut out for use, or drop it on a plate, and let it

stand till it is so dry that paper will not stick to it, then put it by

for use. You must stir it all the time it is on the fire, or it will

burn.











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