droool !! i love jelly's ! and this picture only makes mmy eye's drool over those coluorful varied flavoured jelly's !
Makes jelly look da_ _ good!!This photo is so festive!xoxC
Ok as far as I know, I have never eaten a jelly in my life--especially the milky colored variety, although I am super curious. I'm assuming they taste nothing like jello, right? They are absolutely beautiful though.
Elderflower, rosewater.. You could get one of those amazing Victorian moulds on ebay. Check out www.historicfood.com/jellies.htm The general site is really interesting readig too and the courses are not that far from you I think.
Lovely jubbly, Di. You can make jelly using home-made elderflower cordial + gelatine - totally fab! Another great jelly I invented goes thus: Make a rumtopf by mixing fruit in season with equal amounts of sugar, and covering with rum each time you add more fruit & sugar (use strawberries, gooseberries, cherries, plums, apricots, peaches, raspberries, but don't use apples or blackberries or bananas). Wait till late autumn, give it a stir and serve with ice cream and/or whipped cream. The leftover juices make the most delicious jelly, but you have to add more gelatine than usual because of the alcohol content. Totally fruity and rummy - yummy!Lotsalove, Sabina
I'll take boring old rapberry puleeze...oh and cherry tooYUM Jell-O!
I am not a jelly fan. But I do like all these stands and globes.
The jellies look wonderful, I love how versatile they are.
LOVE this photo! You guys have all of the best stuff in London! Jelly Mongers...how cute and clever!
Post a Comment