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How To Preserve A Husband Recipe

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Contributor:  
A Wise Woman
Added: Sunday, August 23, 2009

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First, use care and get one; not too young, but tender and a healthy growth. Make your selection carefully and let it be final; otherwise they will not keep. Like wine, they improve with age. Do not pickle or put in hot water. This makes them sour.

Directions:
Directions:
Prepare as follows:
Sweeten with smiles according to variety. The sour or bitter kind are improved by a pinch of salt or common sense. Spice with patience. Wrap well in a mantle of charity. Preserve over a good fire of steady devotion. Serve with peaches and cream. The poorest varieties may be improved by this process and kept for years in any climate.

 

 

 

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