|JELL-O: A Biography|
|by Carolyn Wyman|
The author of SPAM: A Biography is back again-This time with the definitive biography of an even bigger edible American icon: JELL-0! Who didn't g...
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Combine dry Knox and dry Jello (any flavor) in ... use cookie cutters to cut various shapes for holidays, using hearts, shamrocks, Christmas trees, etc.
Prepare lemon pie filling as directed on the package. Cut angel cake in half and freeze for another day. Tear the other half of the cake into bite ...
Pour boiling water ... stiff, fold into Jello. Pour into ... around the sides into the cream. Pipe with remaining cream to garnish using reserved berries.
Combine: Strawberry Jello and red coloring - strawberries. Lemon Jello and yellow coloring - Lemons. Apricot Jello and peach coloring - Apricots and so on.
Stir boiling water ... cutter into the Jello and then lift ... straight up. Use your fingers to remove jigglers from the pan. Let Mom help with a metal spatula.
Mix all together. Shape like berries. Roll in 2 tablespoons Jello mixed with red sugar. Insert "stem" in one end.
Dissolve Jello per instructions, for ... Jello starts to firm up good, fold in veggies. Place small sprigs of celery leaves on top for garnish or parsley.
Cream butter and ... Spread over pretzels. Seal sides. Mix Jello with 2 cups boiling water and add strawberries. Pour over top. Refrigerate until gelled.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. ... in small glasses and refrigerate until firm. To loosen run a knife between Jello and paper then shake into lettuce.
Sift together: Cream ... add flour mixture. Shape into balls. Flatten ... much). Optional - sprinkle extra Jello or colored sugar decorations before baking.
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