Queen Anne's Lace Jelly

Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly 2013-12-20 13:57:51 Write a review Save Recipe Print Ingredients 16 large Queen Anne’s Lace blossoms 3-1/2 c boiling water 3-3/4 c sugar 1 box Sure Gel Instructions Bring blossoms to boil in water Cook together for 20 minutes Strain liquid through coffee filters Measure out exactly 3 cup of blossom liquid, and place in kettle Add sugar and Sure Gel Bring to a boil Boil until liquid will not be boiled down any further Continue cooking for 1 minute Remove from heat Skim foam Pour into hot jars Seal using waterbath canning method or paraffin
Notes IMPORTANT: Be absolutely sure you are able to distinguish the difference between Queen Anne’s Lace and Hemlock when harvesting blossoms, as Hemlock is quite poisonous and the plants are similar in appearance.
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Pickled Watermelon Rind

Pickled Watermelon Rind 2013-12-20 12:46:34 Write a review Save Recipe Print Ingredients rind from one watermelon 2 qts water 6 TB salt 4 c sugar 2 c white vinegar 6 cinnamon sticks 27 allspice & clove Instructions Peel and cut rind into 1″ cubes Soak overnight in salted water Drain and cook in fresh water until tender Drain again, set aside Tie cinnamon, allspice and cloves in cheesecloth or large tea holder Add spices to a kettle with sugar and vinegar Heat to boiling Add rinds to syrup Simmer 45 min or until transparent Pack rinds into hot jars Cover with boiling syrup Seal, using water bath canning method
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