05 January 2007

Taste a Rainbow

I can't figure out how to get jigglers out of cookie cutters to save my life, so I distract everyone's attention from the unevenly cut blobs with 32-bit color:

6 comments:

sister k said...

cool! bet those are a big hit with 6 yr. olds!

rob said...

do you have another version for the adults with some special additives?

karen said...

@k - They are...and the second graders are all jealous, too. Something tells me there will be another round of rainbow jigglers come February.

@rob - Chris asked the same thing. In normal Jell-o, the substitution is used in place of the cold water...but jigglers don't get any cold water; only boiling. Will a jiggler form if the liquid (or some of the liquid) is not boiled? Would increased agitation cause the gelating powder to dissolve despite the lower liquid temp? What's the proportion of water to not-water? Hmmm...I smell a research project!

rob said...

i tried them a few times several years ago. They were pretty solid, using cold non-water, though I think I might have used less than the recipe called for. Can't remember which flavor of non-water I tried.

Navilyn said...

Ok, where can I buy those? Come on, am writing a cheque now...

karen said...

@navilyn: If you're ever coming up this way, let me know and I'll set up a pan for you... +/-21, your choice. :)

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