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July 3, 2011
To one quart of strawberries, add one pound of sugar and juice of two lemons, mash them and stand aside one hour, then strain through a fine sieve ; add one quart of water and freeze. This is enough for eight persons.
–Mrs. Charles H. Gibson’s Maryland and Virginia Cook Book. Baltimore: John Murphy & Company, 1894.
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