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Got any favorite jello or other redneck recipes. Share 'em.

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June 19, 2008

Don’t tell me you ate Helen’s Saintly Jello?! Man, you could’ve made some money off of that on Ebay!!! ;)

By the way, does Mark’s jello REALLY have huge white horse pills in it? I know you said we don’t want to know… but I want to know!

June 20, 2008

Les @ 7:59 am #

When we were growing up, one of our favorite desserts was Kool-Aid Pie. Although it contains no Jello, it is very red-neck.

Mix one packet of your favorite flavor of unsweetened Kool-Aid with one tub of Cool Whip and one can of Sweetened Condensed Milk. Pour the whole thing into a Graham Craker Pie Crust (store bought of course). Put it into the freezer for a couple of hours, but not overnight, you do not want it to be a brick, just slightly icy. My favorite flavor was purple.

Jean Ann @ 9:32 am #

This is hysterical…ummm, is it supposed to be?? We always ate cherry jello with bananas…boring…

June 22, 2008
July 7, 2008

Lori @ 10:57 pm #

Your dish of Pond Scum made me laugh like a lunatic. Well-played! If I’m ever required to bring a dish to a potluck, that’s exactly what I want to bring!

September 3, 2008

lynda @ 3:30 pm #

Hey weird! The guy in the food …the one that you called mexican, looks identical to the german guy I have! He was brought over from germany when I was a little girl, between 1962 and 1964. It is also a bottle cork and the mouth moves up and down , and the eyes open and shut. I like your site…especially your flowers.

February 16, 2009

Jackie @ 10:55 am #

woah, geez. I was looking up info on sinus infections and stumbled on this blog…. anyway, I am a hardcore foody who refrains from jello and spam, but it just so happens that I do have a nasty recipe that I saw served at a party once. I dont know what’s its called, but I came up with my own name for it…

“I Hate You Cream Cheese”

put 1 block of cream cheese on a plate (retaining the rectangular shape)
dump one bottle of commercially available bbq sauce over it (not Stubb’s though)
serve with Ritz crackers.

the sad thing is, it wasn’t intended to be a joke dish.

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