Dr. Monkey Hussein Monkerstein
I'm completely fascinated by sandwich loaves, there's something tragically beautiful about them
We're doing an exhibit at the museum where I volunteer that's going to include meals from 4 time periods (the 1880s, 1930s, late 1950s-early 1960s, and now). One of my regrets is that our budget is too small to buy fake food because I'd love to include one of those hideous Knox gelatin aspics. I have a Knox gelatin cookbook that's circa 1970. The chiffon pies, mousses, etc., are great, but I always wonder if anyone ever actually made and ate some of the molded salads. I certainly have never been tempted to.
The Burning Bush looks delish, but I just don't have time to search for my butter paddles this weekend.
what I can't understand is the fascination with aspic. I think I have only tried one item with something jellied involved that was not absolutely disgusting. And I'm an adventuresome eater.
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