Sugar in the 18th century was frequently processed in a cone form, and we are now offering such cones in white sugar. You get a cone of white sugar wrapped in "logwood" blue paper and sealed with a wax seal. They weigh roughly 7oz. Also known as loaf sugar. They are approximately 4 3/4" high and 2 1/2" across the base.
We also offer the hard to find sugar nippers for breaking the cones into usable pieces. Sugar nippers not included with your sugar.
RICE JELLY.—Boil a quarter of a pound of rice flour with half a pound of loaf sugar, in a quart of water, till the whole becomes one glutinous mass, then strain off the jelly and let it stand to cool. This food is very nourishing and beneficial to invalids.
THE AMERICAN FRUGAL HOUSEWIFE.
BY MRS. CHILD 1832