Thursday, January 26, 2012

Jello Dolly!


nokia photography, 2010:  Meg's (L), Cory's (R)
The Jello Dolly has been a long time coming. Meg and and I (Cory) first tried this out in 2010, the only photo of this experiment was taken with a phone and you will see it on the left.
We then actually made a bunch of 
demon baby 
click to enlarge,
 (c) masthead print studios
faces for Masthead Print Studio's Monster Show. The blue one on the left-most plate with the forehead cut off (we cut them in sixths to serve them) is the best one, I think.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Piña Colada Gummy Bears

Pineapple gummy bears soaked in Kraken
Pineapple gummy bears soaked in "Malibu"

Pineapple flavored gummy bears infused with coconut rum, and gummy bears infused with Kraken, black rum. These are placed upon a delicious pineapple coconut jello shot, made with coconut cream, crushed pineapple, and the very rums we used to soak the gummy bears. 

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Clementine & Huckleberry Hounds

Those aren't blobs, they're lazy dogs!
I promise they they dogs. Thats it's face right there!
Clementine & Huckleberry Hounds
Huckleberry vodka
Juice of four juicy clementines
Granulated gelatin
Edible gold glitter

If we're going to get technical, I may not have realized that Huckleberry Hound and Droopy Dog are different before the research stage of making this.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Why You Mad, Dawg?

Why you Mad, Dawg?
Geez, tough question for me to answer. I didn't get the nickname Moe-rage from my biker buddies by chance. It took a lot of irrational unfettered anger issues, frequently followed by bursts of tears, I'm sure you can relate. It's what a good irish american lass does, right? Anyway, no one can stay mad after offering them a tray of Blue, fruit filled, lemon zest topped Jello shots. Plus dog is spelled dawg! Classic! sure to put a smile on that grumps face.

Mad Dog 20/20 (blue flavor)
Apple Juice
Assorted berries chopped
Lemon Zest

Take a deep breath and Enjoy!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Jello Origami


We've been experimenting with making Jellogami for a few months now- meaning we tried it a few months ago, and finally got around to taking a photograph.

Well, How'd ya do it?
The "paper" is actually granulated gelatin, water, and food coloring painted over gelatin veining sheets. The origami is faked, we used scissors and "glue" (warmed gelatin and water).

What does it taste like?
That green one in the photo above (there is a video of it's creation below) taste like nothing. The gelatin is unflavored. But the pink ones are ROSE flavored! Delicious! The rose syrup was added with the food coloring. Rose syrup what I had on hand, but we'll try it again with hard candy extracts. 

This isn't a Jello shot. 
We know. We got the veining sheets (thanks mom!) to decorate our jello shots:
our Happy Birthday jello from January 2011

Well, what's the point?

Is that key lime cupcake with rose flavored buttercream frosting not trendy enough?
(rose flavored) 

(Click to enlarge any photo)

Here's a video of how it's done, CHECK IT:

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