blackberry jam
 
blackberries 
sugar 
 
put the berries in a preserving kettle, cover closely and let become hot, 
then with a wooden pestle press through a sieve fine enough to keep back 
the seeds. measure the pulp and for each two cups take one cup of sugar. 
heat slowly to the boiling point, stirring often. let cook nearly half an 
hour, stirring almost constantly. store as canned fruit, or cook an hour 
or more and store as jelly. this makes a particularly good sauce for 
cornstarch puddings and the like. 
 
 
 
(ID: 78405) Mirror: rec.food.recipes: Mon, Aug 11, 2003


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