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(Frozen Desserts) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)

Take good, pale sherry and boil down to quite a thick syrup, with loaf
sugar; and then allow to cool. When cold mix with the chopped meat of a
very fine, sweet melon, use only the heart of the soft red part, not any
near the white rind. Freeze in a freezer as you would ice, but do not
allow it to get too hard. Serve in glasses. You may use claret instead
of the sherry. If you do, spice it while boiling with whole spices, such
as cloves and cinnamon. Strain before adding to the melon.

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