The James T. Callow Folklore Archive
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Spiced Watermelon Rind:
9 cups (3lbs) cubed white watermelon rind. (remove all green skin)
4 cups water (1 glln)
2 tbsp salt
5 cups sugar
2 cups cider vineegar
1 cup cold water
1 sliced lemon
1 tbsp whole cloves
1 tbsp whole all spice
1 tbsp coarsley chopped cinnamon
Cover watermelon rind with 4 cups water. Add salt and let stand minute. Drain. Cover with more cold water in sacepan. Cook, covered, over low heat until tender, about 2 hours. Drain. Meanwhile, combine sugar, vinegar and remaining 1 cup cold water. Tie spices and lemon slices in a cheesecloth bag. Drop into vinegar mixture. Boil 5 minutes. Then add watermelon rind and cook until rind is transparent - about 45/60 minutes. Remove bag of spices. Pack rind and syrup into jars and seal. For crisper rind, add 2 tbsp powdered alum to water in which rind is first cooked.
|Subject headings:||Food Drink -- Manner of preparation Preservation|
Out of Cite [sic]
This saying, used by young people, means that something is enjoyable, pleasing, or otherwise good. It can be paralleled with such jargon as "cool," "bad," or "mellow."
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|Subject headings:||SPEECH -- Formula|