|Sherry (Faber Books on Wine)|
|by Julian Jeffs|
Tells the history of sherry, stretching from Chaucer's wine of Lepe, through Shakespeare's sherris-sack, to the sherry of today.
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In a stainless ... sugar into the wine. Heat over ... stir in the liquid pectin, dissolving completely. Pour into 8-ounce jelly jars. Keep refrigerated ... Beaujolais or Fume Blanc.
Prepare jelly glasses. In top ... together sugar and wine. Stirring constantly, ... from heat, immediately stir in pectin. Fill glasses and seal and store.
Heat sugar and wine in top of ... Quickly stir in pectin. Immediately pour jelly into hot sterilized ... of jars. Seal as directed. 4 or 5 1/2 pint jars.
Combine juice, sugar ... rolling boil and boil 1 minute stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add wine and pectin. Skim off foam and pour into glass jars.
Prepare jelly glasses. In top ... together sugar and wine, stirring constantly. ... immediately stir in pectin. Fill glasses ... or 5 (8 ounce) glasses.
In a 3 ... minutes. Stir in pectin all at once; ... hot jars with jelly to within 1/8 ... into heat tested wine glasses, top with paraffin and give as a gift.
Stir peppers into wine. Cover and ... heat. Immediately add pectin. Skim off foam and pour into sterilized jelly jars. Wipe rim ... half pints of jelly.
Combine cranberry juice, ... and stir in wine and pectin. Skim off ... into hot sterilized jelly glasses. Cover at ... cool dry place. Makes about 8 cups.
Combine first 3 ... heat. Immediately stir in pectin. Pour quickly into dry, hot sterilized jars to within 1/8" from top and seal. Good for Christmas gifts.
In 3-quart casserole ... Stir. Gradually stir pectin into hot mixture, ... cups. Note: other wines such as red, ... and white may be used in this recipe.
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