|1,001 Foods To Die For|
|by Madison Books|
Every epicure seeks the very best-of-the-best foods the world has to offer, from extra-virgin olive oil and artisanal cheeses to rich, dark chocolate.
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Crab apple pectin ... this hot pepper jelly. Mix and ... 8-oz sterilized preserving jars. Seal with two-piece canning ... sealing jars. Makes six (8 oz.) jars.
Prepare jars, lids and ... immediately and cover to seal. Turn jars upside down for 5 minutes then turn back upright. Check to be sure jars have sealed.
Wash and rinse 4 half-pint canning jars and metal rings; ... lids to test seal; if lids ... are sealed. Serve jelly or store sealed ... cholesterol; 0.7 mg. sodium.
Mix the champagne ... or champagne glasses; jars, rinsing with ... filling. Pour the jelly over the spoon ... the spoon and seals the jelly with ... indefinitely in the refrigerator.
Measure apple, cranberry ... spoon. Ladle hot jelly into 8 hot, ... 8 ounces, glass jars. Let jelly ... Melt paraffin and seal by putting melted ... rings after paraffin hardens.
Gather about 1 ... minutes. Remove the jelly from the heat ... into hot, sterilized jars. Seal the jars immediately ... and seal it with melted paraffin.
Combine juice, food ... Pour into hot jars and seal. NOTE: I ... They made the jelly (with help) and ... in place of apple (omit color) for Grape Jelly.
1. Wash jelly glasses or jars in warm soapy ... jar rim and seal immediately. Screw the ... show name of product and date. Store in cool, dry, dark place.
In large pot, ... after settling. Have jars hot in boiling water, the lids and seals dry. Fill jars ... let cool. Gently press the top of the lid to seal.
Boil above for ... package of raspberry Jello. Mix it all up and put into jars and seal. (Use wax or put it into jars and use lid and rings to seal it.)
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