|Foods: Experimental Perspectives|
|by Margaret McWilliams|
(Pearson Education) Textbook incorporating the most recent research in food science and technology and looking at food from a scientific perspective.
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2 tsp. cinnamon ... Peel and slice apples to fill 7 ... Fill hot quart: Jars with sliced apples. ... on lids. Process in hot water bath ... make 2 crust pie. Bake at 400 degrees for 40-50 minutes.
Peel, core and slice enough apples to PACK 7 quart canning jars. Be sure ... apples. Seal with a lid and ring. Process in a hot water bath for 20 minutes.
Mix dry ingredients together; then stir in water. Cook over ... Using wide mouth jars, if you ... half full of apple slices, add some ... to use for pie, pour into ... degrees for 40-45 minutes.
Peel and slice apples into 7 quart jars tightly about 2/3 ... process 20 minutes in hot water bath. To make a pie, use 1 ... can be used for apple crisp.)
Peel and slice enough apples to fill 7 quart jars. Cover with ... tablespoons lemon juice. Process in a water bath for 20 minutes. Great for pies and apple crisp.
In large saucepan blend ... lemon juice. Pack apples into hot jars leaving 1-inch head ... leaving 1/2-inch head space. Cook 20 minutes in hot water bath.
Mix all ingredients, ... Add and stir in lemon juice. Peel and slice apples; fill jars tightly. Cover with ... to make a pie, just use ... 8 or 9 quarts.
Peel, core and slice apples. Pack tightly into quart jars. Mix dry ... jars and process in pressure cooker 10 ... pounds pressure. FOR PIE: Pour apple ... with butter and bake.
Cook syrup (sugar, ... Peel and slice apples. Fill quart jars tightly. Cover with syrup. Process 20 minutes in a water bath. ... hungry for apple pie just pour 1 ... degrees for 50 minutes.
1 1/2 x ... Peel and slice apples. Fill quarts. ... seal. Process 20-30 minutes in hot water bath. Cook syrup until thick. Add 3 tablespoons lemon juice.
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