|by Pierre Galet|
You don't need to own a vineyard to benefit from knowing what it takes to turn grapes into fine wines.
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Wash and stem grapes. Boil 5 ... Remove from heat and put through colander. To each cup of grape pulp, add 1/2 cup sugar, boil 5 minutes and seal in jars.
Bring to slow boil. Test as for jelly. Fills very easy. Great taste.
Mix and let simmer on stove until juice begins to form and sugar is dissolved. Then boil hard for 20 minutes. Remove from fire and put through sieve ...
Combine juice, cranberries, and orange peel; bring to boiling. Add sugar; boil slowly to boiling, stirring until sugar dissolves. Cook rapidly to ...
Cut dough into ... cream cheese layer. (Use any combination of fresh or drained, canned fruit.) Glaze with marmalade or preserves mixed with water, chill.
Cut dough into ... cream cheese layer. (Use any combination of fresh or drained canned fruit.) Glaze with marmalade or preserves mixed with water. Chill.
Cut apple and ... Alternate apple, pineapple, grape, pear and ... Combine all ingredients in a small bowl; stir well. Serve over kabobs. Yield: 1 2/3 cups.
Slice cookie dough ... crust. Top with fruit in attractive arrangement. Spread orange marmalade before serving. NOTE: Any fruit may be used. Serves 8 to 10.
Clean hens, removing ... smooth. Pour over Grape Nuts crust (see ... concentrate. Sprinkle 3/4 to 1 cup of Grape Nuts cereal into the pan until distributed evenly.
Combine sugar and ... in pineapple juice, marmalade and lemon juice. ... Serve ham and fruit mixture over a bed of rice and garnish with slivered almonds.
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