This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 Excerpt: ...them, while hot, and place in weak vinegar for a whole week. Then add them to the spiced vinegar. Afterwards rub on them a little turmeric. ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 Excerpt: ...them, while hot, and place in weak vinegar for a whole week. Then add them to the spiced vinegar. Afterwards rub on them a little turmeric. Prepare the spiced vinegar in May, and expose to the sun every day for some time.--Mr8. It. Yellow Pickle. 2 gallons vinegar. 2 pounds sugar. 1 ounce turmeri 3 ounces allspice 1 ounce cloves. 1 ounce mace. 1 pint mustard-seed. 2 tablespoonfuls celery-seed. Pound all together and stir into the hot cider vinegar for several minutes. Prepare your vegetables by quartering the cabbage and scalding them in brine; cover them and leave until cold; squeeze dry and hang in the sun; when bleached, throw in plain vinegar, then into the spiced vinegar.--Mrs. P. Yellow Pickle. 2fa gallons vinegar. 7 pounds sugar. 1 pound white mustard-seed. 1 bottle mustard. 1 pound white ginger. pound white pepper. % pound turmeric. 2 ounces nutmeg. 2 ounces allspice. 2 ounces cloves. 2 ounces celery-seed. Pound them all before putting in the vinegar, add one pound scraped horseradish, half-dozen lemons sliced. Scald two dozen onions, sprinkle them with salt, and let them stand a day; drain off the water and wash well with the vinegar. Add them to your spiced vinegar. Cut your cabbage and scald them in strong salt water till you can run a straw through them; drain them for a day and put into plain vinegar for two weeks; let them drain again a day or two before putting into the prepared vinegar. Put two tablespoonfuls turmeric in the plain vinegar to turn the cabbage yellow.--Mrs. J. T.A. Yellow PicUe. One peck cabbage cut up. Lay in a jar, sprinkling with salt; leave it twenty-four hours; squeeze out and put inn kettle with ualf a dozen onions chopped, cover with vinegar, add one ounce turmeric, and boil one hour. Then add: 2 pounds brown sug...Read Less
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very good. No dust jacket. Binding tight, slight crease on spine. Pages tanning. Half page inscription on front free endpaper. 528 pages including the index Reprint of the 1879 ed., published by J. P. Morton, Louisville, Ky.
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