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The Christmas Dinner will not be complete without Jell-O for dessert. The cute little "Jell-O Girl" shows how much fun eating is, and here's the recipe for Apple Glacé. Jonathan apples were the best, but you know that there's been a hundred years worth of new apple varieties since then. From the Genesee Pure food Co., Le Roy, New York. Published in an unidentified magazine in 1905.


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