Blackberry Brandt.—To half a gallon of blackberry juice put one pound and a half of lump sugar, half ousce of

... Blackberry Brandt.—To half a gallon of blackberry juice put one pound and a half of lump sugar, half ousce of cinnamon, half ouuee grated nutmeg, quarter of an ounce of cloves, and one ounce of allspice. Boil it for a few minutes, and, when cool, add ...

Published: Friday 21 August 1868
Newspaper: Belfast Morning News
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 85 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES

... esoteric meaning the initiated. And even the blackberry plays a humble part in the system, for, according to Cornish people, the first blackberry seen will banish waits. In pans of Ireland decoction of blackberry leaves in hot water is lecommended for diarrhoea ...

Published: Wednesday 02 October 1895
Newspaper: Cork Constitution
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1452 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE BLACKBERRY

... THE BLACKBERRY. The blackberry bush—what a cad is because happens to common the vegetable world ! If it were an exotic, growing here and there, and only growing at all when you nuraed it, marie much of it, manured it, and all the rest, then we should ...

BLACKBERRY JAM

... BLACKBERRY JAM. Tke istdical prepartiM for which the blackberry i* famed, partly in reUtiow to ailment*, but more especially is regard to bronchial and cheat affection*, bare always been ackoowlodirad by the medical prefeesioo, and imagine that it would ...

Published: Saturday 01 October 1887
Newspaper: Weekly Irish Times
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 910 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY JAM

... BLACKBERRY JAM. DOMESTIC. Have the choicest blackberries that can lie procured ; the earliest that ripen arc be preferred, as being larger, sweeter, and better flavoured. As soon as possible after they arc brought to the house they should put to cook ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1889
Newspaper: Tyrone Constitution
County: Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 643 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY JAM

... BLACKBERRY JAM. Have the choicest blackberries that can be procured; the earliest that ripen are to be preferred, as being larger, sweeter, and better flavoured. As soon as possible after they are brought to the house they should be put on to cook, first ...

THE BLACKBERRY

... THE BLACKBERRY The growing and gathering of blackberries is the latest addition to the list of rural industries. Every hedgerow is, at present, thick with them, and, the fruit can readily sold at from twopence to twopence halfpenny the pound, large hampers ...

Published: Thursday 19 September 1889
Newspaper: Dublin Daily Express
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 438 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES IN JANUARY

... BLACKBERRIES IN JANUARY. The present winter season has been marked by some severe visitations of rainstorm, hut it would seem that in sheltered localities a marked measure mildness has been experienced. A striking evidence of the geniality of the weather ...

Published: Wednesday 04 January 1899
Newspaper: Derry Journal
County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 461 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

AT HOME. Here is a recipe for blackberry jam which the women of a generation or two ago found excellent

... by boiling together a half pound of good brown sugar to every pound of blackberries until the fruit was soft. It was then put in preserving jars in the usual way. Another blackberry jam is made by putting the fruit into a preserving kettle and boiling ...

Published: Saturday 05 August 1893
Newspaper: Wexford People
County: Wexford, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 499 | Page: 10 | Tags: none