Grape Fruit


This fruit was named for Captain Shaddock, who first brought it from the

East Indies. It is delicious, and supposed to have medicinal value. It

is refreshing served for breakfast, but may be used as first course for

any meal. It should be prepared several hours before needed. Cut in

half, remove center pulp with scissors or sharp, small knife; cut each

section away from pulp, put two tablespoonfuls powdered sugar and a

Maraschino cherry in center of each half. Place in cool place till ready

to serve.