CANNED FRUIT IN GENERAL. MRS. F. E. BLAKE.
For peaches, for instance, set on the stove a kettle of cold
water--just enough so the can will not tip over; into this kettle, put
one-half dozen nails to keep the can from touching the bottom; then
fill the can full of peaches, cut in halves; then fill the can with
cold water; add two tablespoonfuls of sugar, and set in kettle to
boil; let boil until the fruit is tender, but not enough to break
while cooking. When done nicely, put the top on the can, and set