March 17, 1997
Crown Jewel Dessert - 1 4-serving size package lime flavored gelatin - 1 4-serving size package orange flavored gelatin - 2 4-serving size packages strawberry flavored gelatin - 4 cups boiling water - 2 cups cold water - 8 ounces of frozen whipped topping, thawed Prepare lime, orange and 1 package strawberry gelatin separately as directed on package, using 1 cup boiling water and 1/2 cup cold water for each....
January 22, 1997
Elementary Wednesday - spaghetti or lasagna, tossed salad, roll, pineapple gelatin and milk Thursday - turkey submarine, noodle soup, carrot and celery sticks, banana and milk Friday - cheese bun, broccoli salad, apple, rice crispy treat and milk High School Wednesday - spaghetti or lasagna, tossed salad, roll, pineapple gelatin and milk tray - tuna salad sandwich, broccoli soup, tossed...
November 25, 1997
Try these no-bake sweets for Thanksgiving Pumpkin and cranberry are two foods that immediately come to mind when thinking of the traditional Thanksgiving feast. Double Layer Pumpkin Pie and Cranberry Cream Cheese Mold are two desserts that need no baking. The pumpkin recipe is flavored with cream cheese, vanilla pudding and pie filling. The cranberry recipe is a sparkling combination of whole cranberries and chopped apples, suspended in a bright red gelatin.
October 28, 2009
Here's a fun idea for an adults-only Halloween party. HAUNTED BLEEDING HEART (Tested by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) If you want gross, here it is, adapted from the 1972 book "How to Play With Your Food," by Penn and Teller. The recipe uses a 6-1/2-cup Valentine heart gelatin mold. I made changes in the ingredients to fit my 2-1/2-cup mold. I couldn't wait to invert the mold. The heart slid out easier than I expected (don't forget to coat the mold with cooking spray)
April 3, 2012
Paskha is a Russian, cheese-based dessert similar to cheesecake. It is traditionally molded in a pyramid shape and served on Easter. It is decorated with resurrection symbols such as a cross and the letters XB, an abbreviation of Cyrillic words which mean "Christ is Risen. " The dessert is called pashka by some local residents. Ann Lochbaum makes a version using gelatin to help the dessert set up. Her husband, Bob, a former counselor at North Hagerstown High School, brought the recipe home to her. "It's very simple to make.
October 26, 1999
photo and recipes from Dole Packaged Foods Company Halloween and kids, tricks and treats - it all adds up to party time. Here's a party menu for kids that's as much fun to create and decorate as it is to eat. The Halloween theme is full of possibilities, so kids can join in at every stage of the party planning. For starters, let them help with the invitations - construction paper, black and orange crayons and fanciful Halloween stickers of pumpkins and witches are all you need.
March 17, 1997
By TERI JOHNSON Staff Writer It wiggles, it jiggles, and it's 100 years old. There's probably some in your cupboard right now. Jell-O gelatin, a favorite dessert for generations, is marking its centennial with events that include a museum exhibit, a limited edition flavor and a cookbook. Jell-O is a registered trademark of Kraft Foods Inc., and more than 120 products are sold under the Jell-O brand name. People develop an emotional attachment to Jell-O, says Janet Myers, manager of the Kraft Creative Kitchens in White Plains, N.Y. "It denotes all those wonderful memories of childhood, of Mom making a special dessert," she says.
January 27, 2004
"Why is it that the smokers think it's all right to throw their butts on the ground and their empty wrappers and matches on the ground? Don't you know that is littering?" "I want to thank The Daily Mail for running Charley Reese's column. He has a real good column in there about terrorism and once again he is right on the money. You have a better chance of winning the lottery than you do of getting killed by a terrorist. It's just a waste of taxpayers money and a big bunch of baloney.
November 5, 1998
By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer, Waynesboro photo: JOE CROCETTA / staff photographer SHADY GROVE, Pa. - Kathy Sease is such a whiz at clipping coupons and mailing refund offers that she feeds her family of four on $100 a month. "That includes milk and meat," said Sease, 32, of Hades Church Road in Shady Grove. She has become so adept at shopping with coupons and other product promotions that she not only gets some items for free, she often makes a profit.