|101 Things to Do with Grits|
|by Harriss Cottingham|
Grits-they've been called the "first truly American food." Just what are they? Simply put, grits are stone-ground corn, and they're gaining popula...
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Bring to boil at medium heat and boil for 3 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars and seal with new seals.
Mash figs. Add sugar, strawberry gelatin, and unflavored gelatin. Cook on low heat about 15 minutes or until desired consistency.
Combine sweetened figs and Cool Whip. ... Whip mixture, a few chopped pecans and a little grated coconut. Pour into 2 baked pie shells and chill or freeze.
Cut figs in quarters and ... bring to slow boil. Add figs and cook until mixture is thick. Add Jello, cook for about 10 minutes more. Put into jars and seal.
Mix peeled or washed figs and Jello, then add sugar, cook for 45 minutes. fill jars while hot and seal.
Mash, grind, or run figs through a food ... thick. Pour into hot, sterilized jars and seal. Raspberry, blackberry, or boysenberry gelatin may also be used.
Mix sugar, gelatin and figs and cook 20 minutes or until thick. Pour into jars and seal.
Cut stems from figs. Wash thoroughly. ... bubble. Reduce heat to low and cook for 45 minutes, stirring often to keep from sticking. Yield: 3 to 4 pints.
Mash figs. Mix in the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes. Pack in hot sterilized jars.
Dissolve Jello in water. Combine all ingredients in saucepan. Cook over low heat for 45 minutes or an hour, stirring occasionally. Pack in jars. Will ...
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