Definition of Grapefruit peel
1. Noun. Strips of grapefruit peel cooked in sugar syrup and coated with sugar.
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Literary usage of Grapefruit peel
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1. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"JELLIED grapefruit peel OR ORANGE PEEL FANNY WALKER YEATMAN Experimental Kitchen, Office of Home Economics, United States Department of Agriculture The ..."
2. More Recipes for Fifty by Frances Lowe Smith (1918)
"If sugar is used, do not allow more than two tablespoons to a large grapefruit. Peel grapefruit, separate sections from ..."
3. The Malone Cook Book by Mrs George Hawkins (1917)
"Candied grapefruit peel.— Scrape the white thick part well from the inside of the rind, then cut in small pieces, cover with cold water and let come to a ..."
4. Beloit Cook Book by Wis Beloit Federation of Women (Beloit (1914)
"grapefruit peel CANDIED. Pull out the tough thin white skin of the grape fruit halves. .Leave all the thick white. The thicker the skin the better. ..."
5. Housewives Favorite Recipes for Cold Dishes, Dainties, Chilled Drinks, Etc. by White Enamel Refrigerator Co (1916)
"When it begins to harden, add shredded, crystallized grapefruit peel or crystallized kumquats cut into pieces. MAY VIOLA BIELBY, DE LAND, FLA. ..."
6. Program of Work of the United States Department of Agriculture for the by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1919)
"Considerable quantities of crystallized grapefruit peel have been produced and samples distributed in the trade. The present scarcity of sugar and the ..."
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