jello


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fruit-flavored dessert (trade mark Jell-O) made from a commercially prepared gelatin powder

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Cristina Garcia (left), Mariveles Mayor Ace Jello Concepcion (3rd from right), Camaya Coast President and CEO of the Ferry boat Manuel Carlos "Goody" Ilagan, Jr.
Aside from the fact that most camcorders are designed with handheld video in mind, dSLRs suffer from rolling shutter artifacts when the camera moves too quickly, giving that "jello" look.
Others, like Mahoney's Pub on Park Avenue, break out the green beer and Jello shots.
The last thing I remember is eating Jello and you telling me you were going to introduce me to Fat Albert.
Camelo described a difficult childhood, filled with family sickness, divorce and feeling like a "black sheep." Despite this, Camelo has established herself as a thriving entrepreneur, starting her jello business out of a small kitchen, selling to friends and neighbors before expanding to markets, restaurants and eventually vendors.
Inside, there promises to be over 100+ hand selected models that have been screen via application process, cigar room, hookah lounge, jello wrestling, live performances, international DJ's, celebrity guests, as well as free food and drinks til 5am.
We also ordered the Hawaii Ahi Poke Bowl ($12), and for an additional $2.50, you can add cold tea and coffee jello dessert.
She said that that they took 10 jello shots in and she had never done jello shots, because the Oscar winning actress never went to college.
To our friends across the pond who had jelly by the name Of jello I know you must have all felt the same Watching that jello shiver and shake As you took a huge bite of the birthday cake.
5Puree the melon depending on how you like the texture, blend with condensed milk and dry Jello. Freeze overnight before using a fork to break the texture into granules.
LEFT OF THE DIAL: CONVERSATIONS WITH PUNK ICONS features interviews by musical journalist and musician David Ensminger with some of punk music's most famous figures, from Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys to Dave Dictor of MDC, and provides a fine survey of punk music's political sentiments and cultural traditions.
1 Prepare the jello according to package instructions.
A citrus jello medley lies placidly amid the panic as a full pack of hyenas prowled the
Vanderslice, aghast at his country's foreign policy (just like Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra), became overtly political in the wake of 9/11, he's been at the centre of an album artwork controversy (natch) and he even shares an enjoyment of satire.
With: Clarence Reid, Tom Bowker, Otto von Schirach, Die Arzte, Ice-T, Chuck D, Bo Crane, Norwood Fisher, Bob Perry, Jello Biafra, Jaime Lowe, Steve Almaimo, Jimmy Maslon, Dorothy Martin, Patricia Johnson, Joe Galdo, Rodirgo Gonzalez, Bela B., Clarence Reid Jr., Tracy Reid.