yeah but everywhere they're called Jello ShotsBedokAmerican wrote:This might be off topic, but when I first moved here, I was surprised to learn "jelly" is another word for jello:
* In many of the Commonwealth nations and in Ireland, gelatin desserts are called jelly.
* In the United States and Canada, gelatin desserts are called jello (a generic name based on the brand name Jell-O) or gelatin, whereas 'jelly' is a fruit preserve.
Popular brands of premixed gelatin include:
Hartley's in the United Kingdom
Jell-O from Kraft Foods in North America
Aeroplane Jelly in Australia
Robertsons in Hong Kong
Royal in Spain, Portugal and Latin America
Moir's and Trotters in South Africa and Swaziland
Jello is a trademark. Jelly is the product.BedokAmerican wrote:This might be off topic, but when I first moved here, I was surprised to learn "jelly" is another word for jello
i used to do that. but my wife really really dislikes wasting food - so she finishes the PB... then i get blamed when she puts on weight.the lynx wrote:@taxixo, oooooh I love Goober's! I suppose you could buy PBJ and scoop out the jelly only
I can't believe how much of that stuff I had as a kid.taxico wrote:jelly... if you have bought goober's PBJ... the deliciousness of J is jelly.
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