All posts tagged: jelly

jelly

Jelly – most remember it as a favourite childhood treat, the perennial staple of any celebration. Otherwise, it makes for a great go-to snack on midnight refrigerator raids, or as an outlet to ponder nihilism. Wobbly like our emotions, soft like the hands of a first crush, sweet like a family gathering […]

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Molecular Gastronomy – Jelly Edition

By Oviya

You’ve probably had flavoured jelly growing up. The dynamic, jiggly dessert that comes in multitudes of pure flavours and bright colours, to many of us, now remains source of a much needed daily dose of sugar, or a remembrance of our fond childhood memories. As such, it might be a bit of a stretch to believe that this basic tea-time snack can be elevated to a position where it frequently features in numerous Michelin starred restaurants around the world. […]

jelly – a history

by janani

Jelly is something everyone can enjoy. Tasteless, yet soothing. Transparent, yet colourful. Its familiar taste and texture invokes nostalgia in everyone’s mouths. Here, however, we look into how it all began.

Before jelly was widely […]