|The Travellers' Wine Guide: France|
|by Christopher Fielden|
There can be few more satisfying ways of passing time in France than talking to a grower about his or her wine, with a glass of it in your hand.
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Stir berries and ... Bring water and Sure Gel to a boil. ... containers. Cover tightly and let sit 24 hours, then freeze. Will keep in refrigerator for 3 weeks.
Cut rhubarb fine. ... pan. Stir in Sure Gel. Stir over ... let cool down. Then skim off foam and put in jars. Can be frozen or sealed. This is a soft jam.
Combine and cook until done. Put in jars. Process in hot water 5 minutes.
Pit plums, finely ... quart pan. Add sure gel and 8 cups ... tightly, turn upside down for 5 minutes. Turn upright check in 1 hour. Make sure lids are tight.
Measure pears, put ... Add everything except sure gel and sugar. Turn ... minute. Take off heat and skim the top. Put in jars. Makes 6 or 7 (1/2 pint) jars.
Add Sure-Gel to juice and ... boil and add sugar, then boil 15 minutes. Remove from heat and add Kool-Aid and stir until dissolved. Put in jars and seal.
Mix 1/4 cup sugar and 1 box of Sure-Gel lite together in ... stand several hours. Place in freezer until ready to use. Refrigerate any left after thawing.
Remove seeds from ... in blender, add Sure-Gel. Cook on ... 3 minutes. Great on ham or black-eyed peas. NOTE: Use gloves when working with the peppers.
Mix together. Boil to a good rolling boil. Add 3 cups sugar and mix. Boil again to rolling boil and boil 1 minute. Let cool. Put in jars and freeze.
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