|Tea and Crumpets|
|by Margaret Johnson|
Curious armchair travelers nostalgic food excursionists and inventive home entertainers will adore this tour of Europe's legendary tearooms and sa...
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Remove the colored portion of the orange peels and cut into ... with lemon or grapefruit peels or thinly sliced fresh ginger. Adjust water as required.
Carefully cut orange peel into 4 parts. ... Place on waxed paper on rack to dry. If desired, sprinkle with more sugar. May be kept in airtight container.
Remove peel in quarters. Cover ... desired.) Add the orange peel to the ... will not have as strong a flavor. Grapefruit or lemon peel may also be used.
Peel oranges, slice peel ... chocolate over warm water. Do not allow water to get into chocolate. Dip pieces of peel in chocolate. Remove. Allow to dry.
Cut peel from thick skinned ... syrup. Cook until transparent. Take peel out of skillet; let cool. Roll in granulated sugar. Spread on wax paper to dry.
Mix sugar, cream and Karo. Boil. Add orange peel. Cook to ... in wax paper squares. If it gets too stiff to drop add a teaspoon of boiling water and stir.
Cut peel from oranges into quarters. Slice ... covered with sugar. Let dry on racks about 2 hours. Store in airtight container for 1 month or bag and freeze.
Remove peel with white pulp from oranges. Cut into ... in bowl and toss small batches of peel in sugar. Air dry 2 hours and store in air tight container.
1. Cut the peel on each orange into quarters, then ... racks to air-dry, about 2 hours. Store in an airtight container for up to 1 month (or bag and freeze).
With a sharp knife or orange peeler, score and peel 4 to 6 ... about 1 cup granulated sugar being sure to separate each strip. Spread on wax paper to dry.
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