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    Could you imagine if someone showed up to a potluck with this one?

    (From "The Joys of Jell-O.")

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    1. bfelice 109 months ago | reply

      what is the yellow stuff in there, celery not yet full term?

    2. Ren of Mpls 109 months ago | reply

      I guarantee you Utah is the biggest consumer of green jello. Lutherans have nothing on Mormons in this regard and I speak from experience, having been both and consumed the green jello recipes of both.

      So popular is this wretched snack there was an official green jello pin for the 2002 Olympics in SLC.

    3. bunchofpants 109 months ago | reply

      OMG, bfelice, now you have me wanting to make a jell-o mold with little swedish fish inside! I think the "yellow" stuff is actually the tuna.

      waiting, that pin is too hilarious!!

      Everyone, I experimented with vegetarian jell-o yesterday (agar-agar). I think I could have fun with it ...

    4. donna di mondo 109 months ago | reply

      UPDATE: Bought the ingredients yesterday. Putting it together today. Wish me luck. God, I hope it tastes okay.

    5. Irregular Shed 109 months ago | reply

      Good luck Donna! Have paramedics on standby!

    6. bfelice 109 months ago | reply

      well you know, i'm just wondering if lime jello in the 50s was a different level of flavor intensity and sweetness than lime of today. i mean one can almost imagine tuna, celery, cucumber, olives with a squirt of ReaLime©...

    7. donna di mondo 109 months ago | reply

      I just read that link. Interesting.

      Jello mold is almost set. I used chunk light tuna and it was not as "chunky" as the above pic looks. I'm sure it won't do any harm to the taste. Let's just say that right now my fridge smells like a giant vat of lime jello and stinky tuna.

    8. bunchofpants 109 months ago | reply

      I'm on tenterhooks, donna!!

      bfelice, thanks for that link! Very cool!

    9. donna di mondo 109 months ago | reply

      I got lazy when it came to the garnish. Click on the pic to view larger size.

      Click on this link to hear me try and get my son to try a piece of "THE GREEN JELLO"......I did my best.

      The Horror...The HORROR!

    10. bunchofpants 109 months ago | reply

      All hail Donna, the Green Jell-o Goddess!! What kind of Minnesotan is you son if he won't eat the green jell-o concoction? I gotta tell ya, it's making me re-think the whole vegetarian thing!!

      I think your shot may belong in the Don't Eat That pool, btw.

    11. donna di mondo 109 months ago | reply

      He made a quick exit out of the room when he saw it. Hence no body in the video. Ha!

    12. stOOpidgErL 109 months ago | reply

      I've got this book at home! I got it from my grandma... I alwayws thought the "ring-around-the-tuna" had to be the most disgusting, vile recipe in this world!

    13. retro_food 107 months ago | reply

      Lovely! imagine if this one showed up too
      At least yours has the green going for it.

    14. Miss_M 99 months ago | reply

      I love this: "A beautiful jewel-like entree salad for your luncheon or buffet table" ... hiliarous!

    15. ashxc 89 months ago | reply

      Bloody hilarious!

    16. brennheit bakst 89 months ago | reply

      oh please post more from the joys of jell-o

    17. MaryMakesDinner 84 months ago | reply

      OMG! This is gloriously awful. :) I love.

    18. Vintage_Jewel 73 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Jelly, Jam, && Gelatin, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Also, we'd love for you to join!

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