Gelatin might save the world. Trust me.
Check out this article about one woman's Jell-o creation. After reading the recipes listed in Bad Grandma’s Recipe Hell recipes: Jell-O: A really fucking fun food, Judith G. was inspired to show off her gelatin chops to Bad Grandma. She made something beautiful: a tasty dessert... but also a chance to bridge the understanding between human and animal. Be sure to read to the end, dear.
~Judith sent me these pics after prepping a Jell-o mold for a dinner party. I approve of the bright fucking colors, of course. Check out some gelatin-y goodness served with cantaloupe:
~The recipe Judith used is from a typewriter-typed paper from back in the day. That's right, people used to use these things. Check out the awesome recipe:
~Remember how I said gelatin might save the world? Well, in the same way that a rainbow brings together different colors in a beautiful, unified display, this dish did something similar. Here's what Judith had to say:
As a bonus, our African Grey parrot got to play with the empty boxes!
~I love to see good interspecies cooperation, especially when it relates to a Recipe Hell challenge. I'm going to say that this was an all around SUCCESS!!!
Do you think you have what it takes?
Rainbow gelatin and parrots: some of the magical things I've seen in the course of Recipe Hell. If you want to be epic like Judith, you too can make a fun mold, pile, or bowl of Jell-o and send me photos. I’ll send you a free Bad Grandma dishtowel of your choice (just like Judith!). Or, try out one of my other recipes in Jell-O: A really fucking fun food.
As always, if you want to alter the recipe some to make it easier or more pleasant for your palate, go right ahead – I’ll still send ya the towel.
Just send your photos and contact info to grandma (at) badgrandmadesigns.com. I can’t wait to post your vibrant creations.
To gelatin and beyond bitches,