Method. Scrub four oranges, remove the peel in quarters, and cover with cold water. Boil until soft, drain, and cut into strips one quarter of an inch long. Make a 6irup of one half cup of water to one cup of sugar, cook peel in this sirup until clear, then take up each piece with a fork and coat with fine granulated sugar by rolling it in a saucer of sugar. Lay on paper to dry. This peel may be packed in tin boxes in waxed paper and is a delicious confection.
Method. Proceed according to directions for orange peel, but remove a little more of the white inner skin, as it is more bitter than in the orange.
Method. Pare and core thick slices of pineapple; leave in rings or cut into sections. Drop directly into sirup prepared as for oranges. When clear, roll very thoroughly in sugar, and dry. A little lemon juice may be used in the sirup.