ll make them hard; a Quarter of an Hour will do them after they begin to boil fast; then put them in Pots or Glasses: Put the Rasberries in first, then strain the Jelly from the Seeds, and put it to the Rasberries. When they begin to cool, stir them, that they may not all lye upon the Top of the Glasses; and when they are cold, lay Papers close to them; first wet the Paper, then dry it in a Cloth.
To make JAM of RASBERRIES.
Take the Rasberries, mash them, and strain half; put the Juice to the other half that has the Seeds in it; boil it fast for a Quarter of an Hour; then to a Pint of Rasberries put three Quarters of a Pound of Sugar, and boil it 'till it jellies: Put it into Pots or Glasses.
To make RASBERRY-PASTE.
Mash the Rasberries, strain half, and put the Juice to the other half with the Seeds; boil them fast for a Quarter of an Hour; and to a Pint of Rasberries put half a Pint of red Currants, boil'd with very little Water, and strain'd thro' a thin Straine