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Great White Plum To Preserve

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

To one pound of plums put three quarters of a pound of fine sugar; dip

the lumps of sugar in water just sufficient to wet it through; boil and

skim it, till you think it enough. Slit the plums down the seam; put

them in the syrup with the slit downward, and let them stew over the

fire for a quarter of an hour. Skim them; take them off; when cold, turn

them; cover them up for four or five days, turning them two or three

times a day in the syrup; then put them in pots, not too many together.

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