Re: CHAT: "have a nice day"
|From:||Barry Garcia <barry_garcia@...>|
|Date:||Monday, March 13, 2000, 1:17|
>They are in Britain too, but jelly you eat with icecream & is made by
>pouring boiling water over rubbery cubes & then putting it in the fridge.
>I don't know if it exists nowadays. It's very wobbly once it's set.
>Possibly you call it Jello?
Yes, in the states, we call it jello. Which is actually a brand name. I
think the reason people in the US call jelly jello, because it's about the
only company that sells the gelatine, flavoring, and sugar all in one
My take on the jelly vs jam controversy is jellies are clear without bits
of fruit while jams had bits of fruit in them (except marmalade which has
It's worth the risk of burning, to have a second chance...