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Simple Preserve Of Quince Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Preserve Of Quince.

(Conserva di cotogne soda)

The ingredients are quinces, peeled and with the core removed, and granulated sugar, in the15 proportion of eight tenths of quinces to five tenths of sugar, or a little more than one and a half quinces for one part of sugar.

Dissolve the sugar on the fire with half a glass of water, boil a little, then remove from the fire and put aside.

Cut the quinces—peeled and coreless—in very thin slices and put them on the fire with a glass of water, supposing the quantity to be about two pounds. Keep covered, but stir once in a while with the ladle, trying to break the slices and reduce them to a paste. When the quinces are made tender through cooking, pour in the thick syrup of sugar already prepared, mix and stir and let the mixture boil with the cover removed until the preserve the Preserve Of Quince is ready, which will be known when it begins to fall like shreds when taken up with the ladle.

Let it cool and put in well covered jars.



Although it is in America that there is a greater consumption of ice cream, it is in Italy that it was first made, and in various European capitals it is the Italian gelatiere who prepares the frozen delicacy. A few Italian recipes of gelati will then be acceptable, we believe, as a conclusion to this little work.15

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