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Home Cookery, ORANGE JELLY.—Soak one teaspoonful of gela- tine in one teaspoonful of cold water, and dissolve in one tablespoonful of boiling water. Add two tablespoonfuls of sugar' one teaspoonful of lemon- juice and a; quarter of a cupful of orange-juice. Strain and mould as desired. The orange-jelly may be served in a variety of pretty ways. Baskets made from the orange skins with notched edges may be used, the jelly being moulded in it or cut in cubes or beaten after being moulded, then served in the baskets. Another way is to serve in sections of orange-peel or in boat shapes of lemon- peel, cutting the lemon lengthwise for these. If whipped cream is allowed with the jelly, half the orange skin may be tilled with the jelly, & the other half with whipped cream, the two being served tied together with white ribbon. Another way is to mould the jelly in small .glasses, beating part of it to give the appearance of froth on top.

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