Friday, July 9, 2010

Jello



In the past few years I have picked up a few vintage jello molds, as well as a few old cookbooks full of recipes that involve jello. Jello dishes meat have always kind of repulsed me. I'll pretty much try any food, but that I won't touch. Yuck! But the "regular" sweet, deserty stuff I love!

There is something beautiful about jello when it's popped out of a mold. I found some amazing recipes and pictures at The Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn. Don't they look delicious?




via robinseggstudio.com

8 comments:

s a n s k u :) said...

beautiful!

MoonDoggie said...

Yes, yes they do look yummy.
However the second one looks a bit like a mass of sweet and sour chicken to me.

KeLLy aNN said...

woohoo! We have our jello mixes packed for the beach vacation!

I've been looking out for vintage molds for a few months now to used for a Persimmon Pudding I want to make for Thanksgiving.

Eartha Kitsch said...

Jello gets a bad wrap but it really is SO beautiful.

Steenta said...

That stuff looks delicious, I'm gonna have to check her website out.

vogolo said...

Thank you for sharing! I ran across some vintage tupperware molds and I had no idea how to use them. Your photos are beautiful and I will definately check out the link.

sensitiveartist said...

sorry. I enjoy your blog and your art but jello... not so much. yuck. :( but it certainly does have a unique texture (trying to end on a good note).

tula said...

I love you for posting this. Love.