Wednesday, July 01, 2009

You Say Jello, I Say Jelly - A Competition

jello competition
Can you believe these are Jelly/Jello? How come we have a common language yet use different words? Never mind, these amazing pieces are from a Jello Competition held in the States. OK, I will bow to Jello as it wasn't held here in the UK. See more here
jello competition
jello competition


Shabby chic furniture said...

A Jello competition? How funny. These Jellies are actually amazing!

Paris Hotel Boutique said...

OMG, at first glance I thought, what pretty jewelry! Jello? That's hysterical!!!

Anonymous said...

In the US, Jello is the name brand of flavored gelatin. It is a brand name, that has largely replaced the product itself, like "band-aids" instead of adhesive bandage. In the mid west housewives make fruit filled "jello salads" Not many people would say they made a gelatin salad. In the culinary world, aspic is more of a gourmet term. It's interseting in the UK you call it jelly, which here is made from fruit juice, sugar, and pectin, which we spread on our toast. Lovely website, I found it from a link on PoppyTalk