A friend came back from Tokyo last Saturday, she called me Sunday and said she must have my homemade jello. This was what i made when she visited...All i did was squeeze some fresh lemon juice and add the juice to plain gelatin. Divide them up into five portions (as you can see i have five colors here). Topped with store-bought cool whip.
I did it this way because the day was super hot and i wanted to make something that was refreshing...
I make jello ribbon like this every holiday..I would always just make a giant pan of it, and then try (with great failure mind you) to cut it and have it come out pretty..The layers would separate like crazy when I tried to cut it and put it on plates..Tried it in individual glasses like this..So much easier! And SO pretty, too!!
Can I borrow your images to put in my assignment please?
It's for my assignment in the course Webpage Construction. I hardly find any good stock of food images without being required to pay money, which I don't have that much. Full credit obviously and no commercial use at all, I promise. Many thanks to you if it's possible. Please reply to me soon. Thank you.
Ah I mis-understood my teacher's requirement, he only asked for the homepage of a website so I did not need to use as many pictures as I thought :"D. I managed to find some creative-commons license pictures on the Internet so thank you, for replying me And your photos are all so great!!! Just looking at them makes me hungry Please keep doing your good job ^^~.
This has been bothering me since I started watching you though... How many serving trays, glasses, colorful napkins and other adorable add-ons do you have!?? It must take up a lot of kitchen space!! Haha - I don't think I've seen the same two props re-used in any of your photos!!
If you could go to my "jello" folder, check out the rainbow jello images, you will find the step-by-step instruction you need. And/or you can always use YouTube for your go-to resources. Just type in rainbow jello