One gallon strained tomatoes, one quart good vinegar, one tablespoon each cloves, mustard, and cinnamon, a little salt, one teaspoon red pepper; cook one hour, and bottle.
Two and one-half gallons ripe tomatoes; rub through a sieve; eight cups cider vinegar, one and one-half cups salt, two and one-half cups brown sugar, nine teaspoonfuls mustard, four teaspoonfuls ginger, five teaspoonfuls allspice, five teaspoonfuls cloves, five teaspoonfuls black pepper, four teaspoonfuls cayenne pepper.
One peck of tomatoes, sliced fine; sprinkle with salt lightly, and let stand two hours; rub through coarse sieve or colander; to this, add one-half pint grated horseradish, one large cup salt, one and one-half cups white mustard seed, one tablespoonful black pepper, one quart fine chopped celery, one large teacupful chopped onions, one and one-half cups sugar, one tablespoonful ground cloves, one tablespoonful ground cinnamon, three pints good cider vinegar. Mix cold, and use immediately, or can, and it will keep for years.
Cut up tomatoes, skins and all; cook thoroughly. When cool, rub through a sieve. To one gallon of tomato juice, put a tablespoonful of salt, one tablespoonful of pepper, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, and one quart of good cider vinegar. Cook until thick.