July 28th, 2009

It’s Jello time again!

Yes or no: is this the worst Jello dish ever?

And is it for real?

15 Responses to “It’s Jello time again!”

  1. PA Cat Says:

    It needs a few olives for additional texture and color.

  2. expat Says:

    If I have nightmares tonight, it’s all your fault.

  3. Baklava Says:

    I’m sorry I looked. . . . . .

  4. marine's mom Says:

    Re the second recipe. Have you tried grating Velveeta lately?

  5. Vanderleun Says:

    Believe it or don’t but I’ve actually seen this one before in my youth. I think it was something my mother clipped and put in her recipe box. She never dared.

  6. Assistant Village Idiot Says:

    I liked the “if you want to dress this up a bit” part.

  7. Mrs Whatsit Says:

    Bleah! There goes my appetite for dinner.

  8. Granny Says:

    I’m sure this is a 50′s recipe – it has all the earmarks for sure! I have eaten the jello/cheese one when I was a child. Definitely not a modern Jello treat!

  9. Foxfier Says:

    Heh, try this site. He put out a book on such things!

  10. Foxfier Says:


    Jello-meat; the tradition!

  11. Jamie Says:

    “Frost with sour cream”? Oh Lord.

  12. Nolanimrod Says:

    It is for real. They were going for the More-Cholesterol-Than-Eggs-Benedict prize.

  13. wheels Says:

    I’m sure it’s real – I’ve seen similar things before. The worst Jello recipe that I have is in one of my cookbooks, although it’s an anecdote more than a recipe. The author talks about how her mother once brought a red-and-yellow concoction to the table that she announced to be raspberry Jello. When asked about the source of the yellow streaks, she replied that she had put some butter in it to “make it richer.”

  14. Gringo Says:

    If there are worse Jello recipes out there, I am not going to spend my time searching for them. These will do.

  15. Perfected democrat Says:

    It’s much better with Spam…

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