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cupful of granulated cane sugar. Boil three minutes and seal hermetically in bottles, while hot. This recipe will answer for any berries or fruit. A good substitute for brandy or wine for puddings and sauces, also makes a delicious drink when added to a glass of ice water.


To be used in Mince Pies, fruit cakes, etc., about a gill to a quart of mince meat or cake dough. Five quarts of sweet cider newly made and before fermentation has set in. place on the fire in a granite kettle. Boil slowly until reduced to one quart. Seal while hot.