|The Brown County Cookbook|
|by Marynor Jordan|
"From Beanblossom to Gnawbone, recipes have been gathered to show the true character of Brown County.
Results 1 - 10 of 211 for mix alum
Merle has been ... water. Dissolve the Alum in 3 quarts ... to dissolve and mix everything Pour it ... relatives, who will "relish" them!! 's son in law, Dave
Peel and slice ... Clean out center. Mix lime and water ... red food coloring, alum and enough water ... boiling. Pour over cucumber rings and seal at once.
Wash cucumbers and ... 2 tablespoons powdered alum. Bring to ... secret to its success for making a good firm pickle is making them in small quantities.
Place washed cucumbers in canning jars. Cover with boiling water, let cool down, then drain water off. In each quart jar place: Brine solution: ...
Let cucumbers stand ... and rinse. Add alum and boiling water ... Drain and rinse. Mix vinegar, 6 cups ... in glass jars and seal; or store in stone jar.
Pack whole cucumbers in 1/2 gallon jar. Mix vinegar, salt, spices and alum together. Pour over ... use them. The longer they set, the crispier they get.
Boil ingredients and pour over cooked beets that have been placed in sterilized canning jars. Seal and store.
Wash cukes and ... pickling spices and alum. One cup ... a bit to mix ingredients well. Let ... in refrigerator. Better flavor if left for several days.
Wash and dry ... hours. Cover with alum in 1 gallon ... days. Pack into jars after draining and boil solution again. Pour over jars of pickles and seal.
Soak cucumbers in ... little pinch of alum to jar instead. ... not boiling. Seal at once. One quart of solution covers a little over 2 quarts or 5 pints.
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