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magnusfide

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Posted: 10/11/20 09:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A1ARealtorRick wrote:

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propchef wrote:

**No, I'm not a vegetarian, but having been in the industry for so long I've learned what products to avoid.

And many of us are probably old enough to remember when Ham, Eggs and Sunshine were good for you. [emoticon]

And drinking from a garden hose...


And eating SPAM!

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When we were kids and had a stomach bug our parents gave us jello because it wasn't too hard on the stomach and kept us somewhat hydrated. As a kid I liked taking a mouth-full and forcing it through the gaps in my teeth to gross out my siblings.


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My sister had a Labor Day dinner, and decided to have each of us bring a dish that was popular the year we were born. So for 1952, I found a Sangria Gelatin Ring. It was so freakin' good that it's landed on our holiday dish list.

I posted it in a separate thread a couple weeks ago.


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magnusfide

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Wanderlost wrote:

My sister had a Labor Day dinner, and decided to have each of us bring a dish that was popular the year we were born. So for 1952, I found a Sangria Gelatin Ring. It was so freakin' good that it's landed on our holiday dish list.

I posted it in a separate thread a couple weeks ago.

YES! I made a version of that for a weekend family dinner for the adults. There wasn't even a scrap of the jiggly stuff left.

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Another classic that uses lemon Jello.
Woolworth’s Icebox Cheesecake

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Oh, wow. I remember that cheesecake. I can alter the recipe for a diabetic safe version, no sweat. Looking forward to that one.

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Dori’s Cherry Pineapple Gelatin
This is another good one.

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ahahah i prefer Vodka

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magnusfide, thank you for the Cherry Pineapple Gelatin recipe. I'll be making that for Thanksgiving.

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magnusfide wrote:

Another classic that uses lemon Jello.
Woolworth’s Icebox Cheesecake


I made it with sugar-free orange Jell-O, orange flavoring, a toasted almond flour crust, and monk fruit sweetener. Not a drop remained. The family dubbed it Orange Fluff.

Next time, I'm making it with pecan flour crust and a different flavoring in the plain gelatin I'll be using from now on, since I recently found out the sweetener in sugar-free Jell-O is bad for diabetics.

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Wanderlost wrote:

magnusfide wrote:

Another classic that uses lemon Jello.
Woolworth’s Icebox Cheesecake


I made it with sugar-free orange Jell-O, orange flavoring, a toasted almond flour crust, and monk fruit sweetener. Not a drop remained. The family dubbed it Orange Fluff.

Next time, I'm making it with pecan flour crust and a different flavoring in the plain gelatin I'll be using from now on, since I recently found out the sweetener in sugar-free Jell-O is bad for diabetics.

We aren't diabetic but I get what you mean about the sugar-free additives. After my wife's cancer bout, we opted for unsweetened for years and just add our own stevia, honey or monk fruit.

When you have the new recipe perfected would you be willing to share it here?

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