GOURMET GIFTS FROM YOUR KITCHEN by Ceil Dyer

GOURMET GIFTS FROM YOUR KITCHEN

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Homey standbys with just enough added touches to make these jellies, marmalades, chutneys, cakes, etc. special. And to compensate for the extra quantities you're bound to consume, there's a section on keeping the calorie count down -- as well as ways to jazz up those otherwise blah uncooked jams with liqueurs and other offbeat ideas such as spiced pumpkin chips. And if you don't mind getting boiled right along with your preserves, there are recipes to make outdoors that don't ignore suggestions for keeping the ants away while the sun cooks your fruit. As to decorative wrapping and packing for shipment, Dyer has practical advice that is sure to keep your cookies from crumbling.

Pub Date: June 17th, 1974
Publisher: Macmillan