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Grape Juice(Beverages.) - (My Recipes Tried And True)
MRS. GEORGE LAWRENCE.
To ten pounds grapes (Concord), two pounds white sugar, wash grapes,
cover them with water in preserving kettle, and boil for thirty
minutes, strain through coarse cheese cloth, let cool, add sugar, boil
twenty minutes longer, and bottle while boiling hot, and cork and seal
with sealing wax.
UNFERMENTED GRAPE JUICEWash and stem ten pounds of Concord grapes, put them in a preserving
kettle and crush slightly. Bring to the boiling point and cook gently
for one-half hour. Strain through cheese-cloth or jelly bag, pressing
out all the juice possible; return to fire and with two pounds of sugar
conk for fifteen minutes; strain again, reheat and pour into sterilized
bottles thoroughly heated. Put in sterilized corks and dip the necks of
the bottles in hot sealing-wax. If you can get the self-sealing bottles,
the work of putting up grape juice will be light. Sterilize bottles and
WINES AND SYRUPS--UNFERMENTED GRAPE JUICETo 6 pounds of stemmed Concord grapes add 1 quart of water, allow them
to simmer on range until grapes have become soft. Strain through a
piece of cheese-cloth, being careful to press only the juice through,
not the pulp of the grapes. Return the grape juice to the preserving
kettle and add 3/4 of a pound of sugar. Allow the juice to just
commence to boil, as cooking too long a time spoils the flavor of the
juice. Bottle at once, while juice is hot. Bottles must be sterilized
and air-tight if you expect grape juice to keep. Cover corks with
Grape JuiceMRS. J. MACNAUGHTON.
Pick over and wash your grapes. Concords are said to be preferable. Put
them in your porcelain kettle with just enough water to prevent
sticking. When the skins crack remove from fire, pour into a flannel
bag, not more than a quart at once, and press out the juice. Add nearly
half as much sugar as juice and return to the kettle. When the sugar is
all dissolved and the juice boiling, pour into cans and seal. Pint cans
are preferable; when opened this can be diluted with water to suit the
taste, and will keep perfectly sweet for several days if kept in a cool
Grape JuiceMany people are not aware of the excellent qualities of this delightful
and refreshing beverage. It is soothing to the nerves and aids the
appetite. When prepared according to the recipe given below it makes a
delicious and wholesome drink for persons in robust health, and in
addition to this will prove beneficial to those of frail constitutions.
Stem grapes and put them into a kettle with enough water to show. Heat
slowly, until grapes are soft enough to mash. Put them in a cheese-cloth
bag, and when cool enough, press till every drop of juice is extracted.
To two quarts of juice add one cup of sugar; heat and stir until sugar
is thoroughly dissolved. Bottle, cork and seal. When serving this drink,
dilute with water according to taste.
Grape Juice CupSoak the grated rind of one orange in the juice of one lemon for 15
minutes. To this add a cupful of boiling water and a tablespoon of
Place in a saucepan of granite ware and add one quart of unfermented
grape juice, four whole cloves and a pinch of powdered mace. Bring
slowly to the boiling point and simmer for ten minutes.
Boil together one cupful of sugar and two tablespoons of water without
stirring until it spins a thread.
Pour this gradually upon the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs. Add the
boiling grape juice, dust lightly with grated nutmeg and serve
Live while you live, the epicure would say and
seize the pleasures of the present day. Doddridge
Grape Juice5 lbs Concord Grapes
1 quart water
Boil grapes five to ten minutes. Then strain through a wire strainer and
afterwards cheese cloth. To every quart of juice add 1 lb. sugar. Bottle
Grape Juice And Egg 270 Calories1 egg
1/2 cup rich milk
1 tablespoon sugar
1/4 cup Welch's Grape Juice
Beat yolk and white separately very light. To the yolk add milk, sugar
and grape juice, and pour into glass. To the white add a little powdered
sugar and a taste of grape juice. Serve on yolk mixture. Chill all
ingredients before using.
Albuminized Grape Juice 40 Calories2 tablespoons Welch's Grape Juice
White 1 egg
Put in a dainty glass the grape juice, and the beaten white of egg and a
little pure chopped ice; sprinkle sugar over the top and serve.
Grape JuiceGrape-juice is the most nourishing kind of a fruit drink, and every
family ought to put up enough in the fall when grapes are plentiful and
cheap to last all winter. First pick the fruit from the stem, wash and
put on in water enough to cover. Cook until the grapes lose their form,
put in a jelly-bag, and let them hang overnight. Next day measure, and
put on to boil with half as much sugar. Cook for five minutes and put at
once into air-tight bottles. When ready to serve, either dilute with a
small quantity of water or pour on chopped ice.
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