Jell-O became a beloved household staple in the U.S. by printing its own recipes and advertisements. It’s beloved in a part of the U.S. known as “the Jell-O Belt”, and even became Utah’s official state food in 2001. Jell-O generated $US932.5 million in sales in 2009. However, its sales have […]
I tried making three vintage dishes from “The Joy of Cooking” and invited some friends over to try them. Food historian Sarah Wassberg Johnson recommended a menu of rumaki, tomato aspic, and a fruity Jell-O salad. The rumaki was everyone’s favourite, and one taste tester didn’t mind the tomato aspic. […]
They're nothing like the Jell-O shots you had in college.