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Break carefully four ripe grenades, or, as they are generally called, pomegranates; put the pips of the fruit in a plate, and when the whole is freed from their husks, bruise them with a wooden spoon in small quantities at a time, on a hair sieve to extract their juice, which must run through the sieve into a basin; to a pint of the juice, add the juice of two lemons, a pint of very strong syrup, a tablespoonful of orange-flower water, the rubbed rind of an orange, and a few drops of cochineal; mix, and freeze as usual.

No. 919