|From Hook to Table.|
|by Vic Dunaway|
Whether you catch all the fish that grace your table (or try to, anyway), or whether your fish dinners come from the local market, this book aims ...
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For first step, ... cinnamon sticks and Red Hots. Dissolve sugar ... doing this, place pickles in jars. Dip ... hours. Third step on Saturday, put into jars.
Peel, quarter and ... stove. Let sit another 24 hours. Bring to a boil. Put in hot sterilized jars. Makes 10-12 pints. This makes wonderful Christmas gifts.
Peel cucumbers, cut ... sugar, cinnamon and red hots. Pour over ... cucumbers. Process in water bath canner 10 minutes for pints; 15 minutes for quarts.
Peel and seed ... cinnamon sticks and Red Hot candy. Boil until ... jewels in the jar or on a glass serving dish. They are so pretty on a Christmas buffet!
Peel and core ... following: 1 bottle red food coloring 1 ... lg. bag red hots candy 2 c. ... cucumbers and seal. Discard cinnamon sticks. 6 to 8 pints.
# 1: Combine ... vinegar, 1 bottle red food coloring, enough ... vinegar, 2 cups hot water, sugar, cinnamon sticks and red hots. Bring to ... pints or 4 quarts.
5 quarts peeled, ... Mix: 2 tsp. red food coloring 1 ... 1 c. red hot candies Pour over ... process in water bath canner 5 minutes. Makes about 5 pints.
Peel and chunk ... 1 sm. bottle red food color 1 ... 20 oz. red hot candies Heat until ... and heat. Pack pickles in jars and cover with heated syrup. Seal.
Peel and seed ... cups sugar and red hot cinnamon candy. Bring to a boil and pour over pickles. Let stand ... Pack in jars. Add 1/4 stick cinnamon and seal.
Use large cucumbers; ... water to cover pickles. Simmer 2 ... stand overnight. Heat syrup for 3 mornings and pour over pickles. Can on the third morning.
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