|The Kid's Party Book|
|by Rosemary Dalton|
Includes suggestions for party themes, invitations, decorations, menus, and games.
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Wash cucumbers, cut lengthwise into eighths. Soak in ice water for 3 hours. Drain and pack cucumbers into clean jars. Add 1 onion, 1 piece celery and ...
Put cut cucumbers ... Drain off syrup mixture and again bring to a boil. Place pickles in syrup, and simmer 3 minutes. Pack into hot jars. Makes 5 quarts.
Scrub pickles, cut into ... teaspoon of alum. Pour over, let stand. Leave in crock for a few days. Then can cold. Put pickles in jar and cover with syrup.
Mix 1 1/2 cup lime or little less in 2 gallons cold water. Fill container with sliced green tomatoes (don't cut too thin). Let stand for 24 hours. ...
Soak sliced cucumbers in lime water 24 hours. Wash clean and soak in clear water 3 hours. Make syrup: Let boil a few minutes, then pour over sliced ...
Combine all above and boil. This will make about 4-5 quart jars. Wash jars and stuff with dill and cucumbers. Can put 1/2 teaspoon pickling spice per ...
Cover the cucumbers with ice water and let stand overnight. Drain and pack upright in clean jars. Combine the vinegar and sugar with 2 cups water in ...
Peel and remove the seeds from large cucumbers. Cut into strips 1/2-inch wide. Cover with ice water. Let stand overnight. Drain and pack upright in ...
Add 1 pint ... hours. Drain off and add: Let stand 24 hours. Mix: Bring to a boil. Pour syrup over pickles which have been put in clean hot jars and seal.
For 2 gallons pickles, wash and ... split pickles no matter how small. Makes about 8 quarts or 16 pints. Keep pickles weighted down with plates until canned.
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