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Valentine 7 Layer Finger Jell-O

One of the first fun things I did with Zoe when I moved in was to make stripped finger Jell-O for her.  She was impressed with the rainbow colors and at that point thought I was the best step-mom ever.  272 more words

Just For Fun

Jell-O & Pudding Cups

Growing up my mom wasn’t much of a dessert maker. She has a few tried-and-true recipes in her arsonal, but that’s the extent of it. Mostly, we had desserts from the grocery store bakery. 302 more words

Recipes

Canadian Culinary Imaginations Symposium

Mark your calendars for February 19-20th.  And prepare for a remarkable feast!

The Canadian Culinary Imaginations Symposium is a two-day interdisciplinary event at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU, Richmond campus) with over 25 invited speakers, including local and international academics, artists, curators, and writers, who will explore how Canadian writers and/or visual artists use food to articulate larger historical and cultural contexts. 239 more words

The CanLitFare Blog

Jell-O, It's Me

Up next is the Quick Fruit Dessert, one step above regular Jell-O.

1 package (3 oz) Jell-O Gelatin
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1 Package (10oz) Birds Eye Quick Thaw Fruits, any variety… 194 more words

Mid-century

Mike Schwartz Named Director of Food & Beverage Hospitality

Today we announced that Mike Schwartz has been named Brewers Director of Food and Beverage Hospitality. In this position, Schwartz will take the lead on the Club’s long-term food and beverage strategy at Miller Park, with a particular focus on quality and customer service.  290 more words

They Call Me Yellow Jell-O

Let’s kick this thing off with an easy Jell-O “recipe”.  By easy, I mean it’s boring, and by “recipe” I mean it’s just regular Jell-O. Here are the instructions for “Easy Jell-O Cubes” per the book: 245 more words

Mid-century

You Had Me at Jell-O

Welcome to 2016!!

I had a great holiday at home with my family where I discovered an old cookbook from my Nana’s house:

I have fond memories of my Nana, who always had Jell-o neatly made in crystal goblets in her fridge. 113 more words

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