|Tea,a Drink with Jam and Bread|
|by Vicky Edwards|
In China many moons ago a thirsty emperor and a happy accident introduced what was to become the world's most famous drink.
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Separate pulp from skins of Muscadines. If desired, ... boiling water bath. Makes about 3 pints. To make grape jam follow above recipe using Concord grapes.
Pulp muscadines (remove hulls) and ... often to prevent scorching. Season with spices if you desire to use them. Pour into jars and seal. Yield: 5 pints.
Remove stems from muscadines. Slip skins ... heat. Skim off foam with metal spoon. Put into hot sterilized jars. Process in boiling water bath for 5 minutes.
Separate pulp from skins or cook pulp and skins together. Cook, adding enough water to keep from sticking. Press through a sieve or food mill to ...
Separate pulp from ... mixture thickens, stir frequently. Pour hot jam into jars, leaving 1/4 inch head space. Process in 15 minutes boiling water bath.
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