ORANGE SHERBERT M E BEALE(Confections) - (Recipes Tried And True)
One tablespoon of gelatine, one pint of cold water, one cup of sugar,
six oranges or one pint of juice, one-half cup of boiling water. Soak
the gelatine in one-half cup of cold water ten minutes. Put the sugar
and remainder of cold water in a large pitcher; squeeze the juice into
the pitcher; add it to the gelatine after it is dissolved; strain into
the can, and freeze.
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