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The joys of jell-o are never ending. The same jell-o that made a cool desert many years ago is still a shimmering example of versatility. Make it simple or elegant. Make it dessert or salad. Make it for family or for special occasion. In any form Jell-o has a light refreshing fresh fruity taste. — If you're new or a pro you'll love this book/5(12). The New Joys of Jello-O Brand Gelatin Recipe Book Hardcover – January 1, by PUBLISHER (Author)/5(8). Joys of Jell-O (Gelatin Dessert) Spiral-bound – January 1, by General Foods Corporation (Author)/5(17). This hard-covered spiral-bound book is the old original Joys of Jello cookbook with all of the original, long-loved recipes using flavoured and unflavoured gelatine. Two of my favourites being the rainbow 'cake' and the key lime pie/5(12).
Joys of Jell-O This is a promotional cookbook, published by General Foods Kitchen. Included in the cookbook is the story of Jell-O and why it grew, an interesting read. Additionally, there are sections on Desserts, Two-Way Recipes (can be a dessert or a salad), Salads, New Ways, Tips and Tricks for molding, flaking and cubing Jell-O. Offered for auction Re Joys of Jello, an undated paperback book with 95 pages and More Joys of Jello, a hardcover book with pages published in They are in very good condition, with slight wear and small stains on the covers. Payment is required within 3 Rating: % positive. The Joys of Jell-O, circa something, proves that people in the 60s had some funny ideas about food (as well as a kitschy aesthetic for food photography). The book contains the usual, some silly (re: Birthday Surprise), candy-colored Jell-O recipes but also a large number of savory Jell-O salad recipes. Joys of Jell-O Gelatin Dessert: Paperback booklet with a metal comb binding and 96 pages. Published by General Foods Corporation, White Plains, New York.
The New Joys of Jello Recipes ~ Vintage Cookbook Posted on Septem by Lizotte Aug Jell-O was a staple at family gatherings when I was a girl. With Jell-O Gelatin they can get as excited as they please, because it’s so light, wholesome, and nourishing.” (Joys of Jell-O, Introduction to Dessert, page 5) What, exactly, were people doing with Jell-o in the 60’s? I asked my parents this question after thumbing though this vintage cookbook, the Joys of Jello, published in My. Well, the problem with the Joys of Jell-O cookbook is that it's a little outdated. It says not to add fresh or frozen pineapple, figs, mangoes or papayas unless they're cooked or canned because they contain an enzyme that keeps Jell-O from setting. The good old Joys of Jell-O cookbook doesn't even mention kiwis. The New Joys Of Jell-O Gelatin Dessert Recipe Book (Hardcover) Published by General Foods Corporation Hardcover, pages.