Wipe, and pare in the thinnest possible strips, some Seville orange-rinds, and throw them into plenty of boiling water. When they are extremely tender, lift them on to a large sieve reversed to drain; press the water from them a little, and before they are quite cold, pound them to the smoothest paste, and blend thoroughly with them as much fine sifted sugar as can possibly be mixed with tham. Roll the mass out extremely thin, and with a very small tin-cutter form it into cakes or leaves, or any other shapes, and then dry it in a Very gentle oven. Store it in close-shutting boxes as soon as it is a cold. a little choice prepared ginger may be added to it in the pounding when it is liked.
Paste of lemon or citron-rind may be made in the same way.