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Lemon Water

(Wines, Cordials, Liqueurs, &c.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Take twelve of the largest lemons; slice and put them into a quart of

white wine. Add of cinnamon and galingale, one quarter of an ounce each,

of red rose-leaves, borage and bugloss flowers, one handful each, and of

yellow sanders one dram. Steep all these together twelve hours; then

distil them gently in a glass still. Put into the glass vessel in which

it drops three ounces of fine white sugar and one grain of ambergris.

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Lemon Water Ice

Four large juicy lemons, one quart of water, one orange, one and one

quarter pounds of sugar. Put the sugar and water over to boil. Chip the

yellow rind from three lemons and the orange, add to the syrup, boil

five minutes and stand away to cool. Square the juice from the orange

and lemon add it to the cold syrup, strain it through a cloth and

freeze.









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