|Bittersweet: The Story of Sugar|
|by Peter Macinnis|
This social and historical exploration traces the history of sugarcane from its home in New Guinea to Shakespeare's England.
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Wash and rinse ... in 1/2 of apple juice. Bring remaining ... to dissolve. Add sugar substitute, lemon juice ... screw band tight. Keep in refrigerator.
Put stemmed, cleaned crab apples in a large ... will cloud the jelly. Put 1 cup of brown sugar in a heavy ... flavor, reminiscent of caramel baked apples.
Wash and rinse ... towel. To make jelly, soften gelatin in 1/2 cup of the apple juice. Bring remaining ... down, jars are properly sealed.) Refrigerate.
In a large ... golden. Stir in apple jelly and brown sugar. Add sausages ... minutes more or until mixture thickens. Serve warm. Makes about 30 appetizers.
Make a paste ... spices, and brown sugar. Roll out ... inch squares. Place apple in center of each; put jelly or orange marmalade ... are quite sure no one person could ... minutes at 350 degrees.
Quarter unpeeled orange ... the sliced orange, apples, water and ... are tender. Add sugar; cook and ... seal jars of jelly. For jams ... metal lid, or no gaps in the ... in a cool place.
Using shallow glass casserole dish, evenly spread apples on bottom. Evenly ... Serve with main meal or as dessert. Excellent warm over vanilla ice cream.
Place apples around outside of ... then with brown sugar and nutmeg. Place chops on top. Spread jelly mustard mixture on ... 325 degrees for 1 3/4 hours.
Mix the dried breadcrumbs with sugar and the chopped ... of the boiled apple, and so alternately, ... dish. Decorate with whipped cream and jelly or jam.
Cook apples, adding sugar to taste. Remove ... carefully. Cover top and sides of cake with whipped cream. Dot with currant or other red jelly. Serves 16.
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