Ham and cabbage, seasoned new red potatoes, blackeyed peas, cornbread, Jell-O
with mixed fruit, gingerbread
A quirky but lovable word nerd develops an unusual neurological syndrome, in Man Martin's The Lemon Jell-O
Syndrome, an intelligent, whimsical gem of a novel that appeals to the grammar nerd in us all.
But Cool Whip was a treat we rarely got to have when not folded into lime-green Jell-O
salad is also an apt metaphor for the popularity of retrosexist nostalgia that has seeped into consumer culture during the last decade.
Woodward began manufacturing Jell-O
in 1899, with the help of Andrew Nico of Lyons, New York.
Judges Kenny Grimes, Ron Couture and Jessica Spencer tasted all eight entries, including Jell-O
in orange slices, peanut butter and Jell-O
sandwiches, fruit salad, cranberry cherry apple nut, and miniwatermelon slices.
What I do remember vividly is her greeting me in the foyer, amidst the swirl of hugging and hanging of coats, and whispering into my five- or six- or seven-year-old ear that there was to be Jell-O
for dessert--if I behaved
Then again, my grandfather was a handyman for the First Family of Jell-O
, the Woodwards, who in best seigneurial manner paid the doctor bills when employees had children, so thanks, lemon Jell-O
and orange Jell-O
, for my mother's duty-free entry into this world.
Cold Stone Creamery has introduced a line of JELL-O
pudding ice cream, which the company reports "not only taste like pudding, but also mimic the characteristics and texture that is recognized as JELL-O
pudding yet in a frozen form.
CHERRY SALAD 7 (21-ounce) can cherry pie filling 1/2 cup sugar 7 (3-ounce) package cherry Jell-O
1 (8-ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained 1/2 cup pecans, chopped Heat pie filling and sugar in a sauce pan over medium heat until it begins to boil.
Friday: Turkey sub sandwich, corn salad, Normandy salad, tossed salad, Jell-O
Regulating money in politics (and therefore speech, since advertising is so central to campaigns) is like having elephants stomp on Jell-O
A series of horizontally stacked sections, suggesting slices of acid red Jell-O
is punctuated by clusters of white circles that appear to be falling into view from above.
BOBBY MURCER, former major league outfielder, on trying to hit Phil Niekro's infamous knuckleball: "It's like trying to eat Jell-O
is mostly gelatin and is a liquid when hot and a solid when cooled.