Braden Family Cookbook
collected by The Junior League of Charleston 1950 (the year of my glorious
birth) (Laura’s, & now everyone will always know how old she is!)
Run peppers and onions
through a meat chopper. Cover with boiling water and let stand for five
minutes. Drain and add vinegar,sugar, and salt. Boil for five minutes.
Put in jars and seal.
>From listening to
Nanny, I think the ingredients are the same but I think she cooks hers longer.
from the Old Southern
Secrets "Gems of Anti-Bellum Days"The Southern Cookbook by Lille S.
Lustig, S. Claire Sondheim, & Sarah Rensel 1939
Chop these very fine, and
place these in a bowl. Pour boiling water over them and let stand 5 minutes.
Drain off the water and again cover with boiling water and let stand 10
minutes. Pour into a muslin bag and allow to drain overnight. Add one quart of
sour vinegar, 1 ½ cups of sugar,21/2 teaspoons salt, and boil together for 20
minutes. While hot, pour into air-tight jars
AND RED PEPPER RELISH RECIPE #3
The Good Housekeeping Cook
Book 7th edition, 1944
Combine all ingredients in
kettle: bring to a boil, and cook, uncovered 2 min. Pour at once to
overflowing into clean, hot preserves jars; then adjust covers and process:
Set jars on a wire rack in covered, deep kettle with boiling water to cover
tops of jars 1". Process 30 minutes, counting time from moment active
boiling resumes. Remove.
Immediately adjust seal according to manufactures directions.
sugar substitute 1 cup corn syrup and 1 cup granulated sugar, reducing vinegar
to 1 ½ cups.
Looking at the date of the
cookbook makes one aware of the need to save a rationed item at the time.
don't know found it in one of my cookbooks written out
chop ingredients fine and
cover with boiling water. Simmer 10 minutes.
Drain off all water. Add salt, sugar, & vinegar; boil 15 min and seal
Dot Love, Clay County
Extension Homemakers Drs. Inlet Club
Mix peppers and vinegar in a
blender, seed and all (grind cycle). Add all other ingredients; mix well. Heat
to boiling. DO NOT BOIL. Put in
jars and seal.
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