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" Pour boiling water over the tomatoes in order to remove the skin ; then weigh them and place them in a stone jar, with as much sugar as you have tomatoes, and let them stand two days ; then pour off the syrup, and boil and skim it until no scum rises. "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 236
1866 - 355 pages
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Magazine of Horticulture, Botany and All Useful Discoveries and ..., Volume 18

Charles Mason Hovey - Botany - 1852
...them stand two days ; then pour off the syrup, and boil and skim it until no scum rises. Then poor it over the tomatoes and let them stand two days as...they are fit to dry if the weather is good ; if not, lot them stand in the syrup until drying weather. Then place on large earthen plates or dishes, and...
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The Valley Farmer, Volumes 4-7

Agriculture - 1852
...skim it until no scum Then pour it ovtr the tomatoes, ys ns before; then boil and skim again. Arterthe third time they are fit to dry if the weather is good; if not, let them stand in the syrup Then place pn dishes, and put which will take until drying weather. large earthen plates or them...
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Proceedings, Volume 3

American Pomological Society - Fruit-culture - 1854
...stand two days, and then pour off syrup, and boil and skim it until no scum rises; pour this syrup over the tomatoes and let them stand two days as before;...the weather is good, if not let them stand in the syrup until drying weather; then place on large earthen dishes or plates, and put them in the sun to...
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The Repository, Volume 1

William Holt Starr - New London (Conn.) - 1858
...and let them stand two days; then pour off the syrup and boil and skim it until no scum rises. Then pour it over the tomatoes, and let them stand two...the weather is good ; if not, let them stand in the syrup until drying weather. Then place them on large earthen plates or dishes, and aut them in the...
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The Southern Gardener and Receipt-Book

Mrs. Mary L. Edgeworth - 1860
...pour off the syrup, boil and skim, until the scum ceases to rise. After this is repeated three times, they are fit to dry, if the weather is good ; if not, let them remain in the syrup until drying weather. Then place on earthen plates or dishes, put them in the sun,...
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The Shaker Manifesto, Volumes 12-13

Shakers - 1882
...syvup, and boil and skim it until no scum rises. Then pour it over the tomatoes and let them stand for two days as before, then boil and skim again; After...fit to dry, if the weather is good ; if not let them I stand in syrup until drying weather. Then place on large earthen plates or dishes, and put them in...
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The National Farmer's and Housekeeper's Cyclopaedia: A Complete Ready ...

Frank M Lupton - Agriculture - 1888 - 544 pages
...tomatoes, and let them stand two days; then pour off the syrup, and boil and skim until no scum rises. Then pour it over the tomatoes, and let them stand two...the weather is good; if not, let them stand in the syrup until drying weather; then place on large earthen plates or dishes, and put them in the sun to...
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Vaughn's Vegetable Cook Book: How to Cook and Use Rarer Vegetables and Herbs ...

Vaughn's Seed Store - Cooking (Vegetables) - 1898 - 64 pages
...tomatoes and let them stand two days as before, pour off, boil and skim a second time and a third time. After the third time they are fit to dry if the weather is good, if not let them stand in syrup until drying weather. Place on earthen dishes and dry in the sun which will take about a week,...
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Godey's Magazine, Volume 57

Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1858
...let them stand two days ; then 1юпг off the syrup, and boil and skim it until no scum rise«. Then pour it over the tomatoes, and let them stand two...the weather is good ; if not, let them stand In the syrup until drying weather. Then place on large earthen plates or d ¡she.*, and put them in the sun...
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Ballou's Dollar Monthly Magazine, Volume 12

1860
...until no scum lises. Then pour it over the tomatoes, and let them stand two days, as before; then boll and skim again. After the third time they are fit...the weather is good; If not, let them stand in the syrup until drying weather. Then place on large earthen plates or dishes, and put them in the sun to...
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