Half Full by Maria Scrivan for April 17, 2024

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    Sue Ellen  2 months ago

    I do not understand the concept of bubble tea. I like tea. I like tapioca in pudding. I do not want tapioca in my tea!

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    blunebottle  2 months ago

    Aaahhhh! Not the pumpkin spice!

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    TampaFanatic1  2 months ago

    The only one I really liked was blackberry jello with either vanilla mousse or simply Cool Whip…..

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    phritzg Premium Member 2 months ago

    I might be interested in trying a molded jello that contains chocolate coated strawberries.

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    MichiganMitten  2 months ago

    Old color ads in Life magazine from the ‘50s show stuff like this. They can be fascinating.

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    Lennia Machen Premium Member 2 months ago

    Anyone remember eating tomato aspic jello salad? Or lime with lettuce and carrot? …yuck…

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  2 months ago

    Coffee flavors, no, don’t go there!!

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    goboboyd  2 months ago

    Your great grandchildren will laud them as early 21st Century revival. They will collect Jello molds by the room full.

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    LeftCoastBoomer Premium Member 2 months ago

    We have a beautiful set of copper molds our mother used. My sister and I live in the family home – we are the last of our family but the photos on the mantle, mom’s cookware etc. keeps them all in our thoughts.

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    Mike Baldwin creator 2 months ago

    Apparently you’re unaware of the Underground jello mold movement. They’re a jiggly lot.

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    Stephen Gilberg  2 months ago

    Glad I don’t read while eating anymore.

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    Sue Ellen  2 months ago

    For Christmas, my mom would start with raspberry Jell-o, add chopped apples, celery, English walnuts, and cooked cranberries. She had a Tupperware mold that had different lids with shapes you could put on the bottom what would end up being the top once it was unmolded. She used the star shape for the Christmas mold. I can’t even remember what the rest of the shapes were.

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    Shikamoo Premium Member 2 months ago

    Mom made an orange jelly mold with shredded carrots and orange juice and zest. I loved it. She used a tupperwear mold too.

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