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The Settlement Cook Book

By Lizzie Black Kander

Published 1903

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First heat your glasses thoroughly, by standing in a pan of tepid water and allowing it to get scalding hot. Then set them on a damp cloth spread on the table or board. Pour jelly at once into these, filling almost to running over, as jelly will shrink. Let stand until cold. To prevent jelly from moulding brush the top over with brandy or alcohol. Dip a disk of thick white paper the size of the top of the glass, in the brandy and put it on the jelly. Then pour a layer of melted paraffine over the paper. If the glasses have covers, put them on.