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[Culinary ephemera : gelatin and tapioca]. Box 162.

Related Names: Glidden, Otis. , Knox, Jane. , Hill, Janet McKenzie 1852-1933., Rorer, S. T. 1849-1937., Harland, Marion 1830-1922., Knox, Rose Markward 1857-1950.
Language(s): English
Published: 1918-1972.
Subjects: Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Culinary ephemera (Promotional)
Cooking.
Salads.
Ice cream, ices, etc.
Desserts.
Cooking (Gelatin)
Gelatin.
Jell-O.
Note: Item [16] promotes Whip'n Chill Deluxe Dessert Mix. Includes product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations, index, hints on using, and table of chilling and freezing times. Sample recipes: prune whip, strawberry soufflé, butterscotch praline pie, and triple mold.
Item [15] promotes fruit-flavored Jiffy-Jell. Includes product packaging, serving suggestion, and factory illustrations and story of Jiffy-Jell and Otis E. Glidden, expert in gelatine disserts. Sample recipes: lime salad jell, Jiffy-Jell meat loaf, and Jiffy-Jell strawberry shortcake.
Item [14] promotes Plymouth Rock Phosphated White and Pink Gelatine as "distinguishable from all others by its tonic and heath-giving properties." Includes product packaging and period dress illustrations.
Item [13] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine for weight loss and healthier nails. Includes product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations, index, and nutrition information by recipe serving. Sample recipes: silhouette chicken salad, low-calorie cheesecake, and avocado and tuna loaf.
Item [12] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Includes product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations and five keys to cooking with gelatine. Sample recipes: quick tomato aspic, luncheon meat and egg salad mold, and Bavarian cream.
Item [11] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Includes information on Knox Gelatine for special diets, illustrated methods, and product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations. Sample recipes: tomato jelly ribbon loaf, cranberry salad, and lemon chiffon pie.
Item [10] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Includes 20 salad and dessert recipes voted family favorites in nationwide poll; letter from R.M. Knox with signature on inside front cover; product packaging, serving suggestion, and laboratory illustrations; questions and answers with Mrs. Knox illustration; information on Knox Gelatine as protein supplement and for weight loss; and offer of free Knox booklets. Sample recipes: salmon loaf, golden salad, and maple nut torte.
Item [9] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine for pie and candy. Includes product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations. Includes free offer of Jane Knox's recipe book. Sample recipes: nesselrode chiffon pie and Turkish delight.
Item [8] promotes the health value of Knox Sparkling Gelatine for infants, children, diabetics (includes offer of booklet of diabetic recipes), in cases of rickets and scurvy, stomach disorders, obesity, constipation, tuberculosis, and fever, with recipes for each category. Includes product packaging illustration. Sample recipes: prune loaf, orange Charlotte, and snow pudding.
Item [7] promotes Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Includes letter from R.M. Knox (Mrs. Charles B. Knox) on inside front cover. Laid in letter from R.M. Knox accompanies cook book and promotes taste, economy, and health benefits of Knox Gelatine as prescribed by physicians in diabetic diets, weight loss, anemia, invalids, and children and offers to send cook book to others on request. Includes nutrition and general information on foods, index, recommended foods for invalids, and household hints. Many recipes include Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Sample recipes: luncheon macaroni with ham, Yorkshire pudding, date bread, rice griddle cakes, and jelly Charlotte.
Item [6] promotes Jell-O Brand Gelatin. Includes methods for fast preparation using blender or frozen fruit; product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations; method for making Jell-O mold with illustrations; and offer of over 250 Jell-O recipes for 25 cents and six fruit symbols from packages.
Item [5] promotes Jell-O and Pillsbury's Best Enriched Flour for making ice cream parfait pies. Includes product packaging and serving suggestion illustrations. Sample recipes: lemonade parfait pie and raspberry parfait pie.
Item [4] promotes Jell-O Ice Cream Powder. Includes product packaging, serving suggestion, and period dress illustrations. Sample recipes: chocolate mousse and cream pudding.
Item [3] promotes Jell-O Ice Cream Powder. Includes product packaging, serving suggestion, and period dress illustrations and methods for ice cream making for hand freezer and refrigerator. Sample recipes: rich chocolate nut cream and ice cream cakes. Mark 2120.
Item [2] promotes Jell-O Brand Gelatin as economical. Includes product packaging, serving suggestion, and period dress illustrations. Sample recipes: berry frappé, chocolate Jell-O, and macaroon velvet Jell-O.
Item [1] promotes Jell-O Brand Gelatin and Ice Cream Powder. Includes product packaging, serving suggestion, and period dress illustrations. Marion Harland, Mrs. Rorer, Janet McKenzie Hill, and Christine Terhune Herrick are mentioned as inventing the whipped style of Jell-O, new recipes, and endorsing Jell-O. Notes Jell-O is given much attention in domestic science schools. Jell-O Ice Cream Powder brochure attached. Sample recipes: Neapolitan Jell-O, grapefruit salad, and strawberry ice cream.
Corporate contributors include: Genesee Pure Food Company; General Foods Corporation; Pillsbury Mills, Inc.; Charles B. Knox Gelatine Co.; Plymouth Rock Gelatine Co.; and Waukesha Pure Food Co.
Physical Description: 16 items.
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