Jellymongers: 150 Exquisite and Delicious Gelatin Dessert Ideas

Jellymongers Exquisite and Delicious Gelatin Dessert Ideas Gelatin is wobbling back into fashion and Bompas Parr are at the forefront of the revolution Here they present the definitive book on the history art and science of gelatins a fun informative and

  • Title: Jellymongers: 150 Exquisite and Delicious Gelatin Dessert Ideas
  • Author: Sam Bompas Harry Parr Chris Terry
  • ISBN: 9781402784804
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gelatin is wobbling back into fashion, and Bompas Parr are at the forefront of the revolution Here they present the definitive book on the history, art, and science of gelatins a fun, informative, and visually stunning package that covers such specialties as Henry VIII s jelly hippocras and the fantastic forms dreamed up by the Victorians An array of deliciousGelatin is wobbling back into fashion, and Bompas Parr are at the forefront of the revolution Here they present the definitive book on the history, art, and science of gelatins a fun, informative, and visually stunning package that covers such specialties as Henry VIII s jelly hippocras and the fantastic forms dreamed up by the Victorians An array of delicious recipes ranges from super economical fruity delights to a fabulous glow in the dark concoction
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    • Petra X says:

      Update: I think I have found this book as a bargain. It looks different from the edition I had and is called Jellymongers: 150 Exquisite and Delicious Gelatin Dessert Ideas but I think it is the same renamed for the US market. The cover of it is fantastic and I remember the recipes for the featured jellies. I found it for $6.99 at Bookcloseouts.24th June, 2013___________________________________________Original reviewThis is a book like no other, its devoted to a single pudding, the jelly ('jello [...]

    • ^ says:

      A practical guide to jelly; a subject we all thought we’d left behind after our 7th birthday parties but here we discover otherwise. This is a highly imaginative, technical, funny, practical, very arty, feel-good, beautiful book of yummy and elegant recipes. As their thesis, the authors argue that jelly can be beautiful, different, and delicious. They rest their case well. The photographs are gorgeous, the imaginative recipes appear to be well written; all I now need to do is to find a spare S [...]

    • Stephen says:

      Harry Parr and Sam Bompas are wild and crazy guys, at least insofar as two young Brits who earn their living making gelatin can be wild and crazy. They not only revive an ancient artform -- researching recipes back to the banquet table of King Henry VIII -- but innovate recipes in the style of Heston Blumenthal. There is a brief but necessary treatment of the molecular chemistry of gel. And there is light and humourous bragging about some of the really innovative commissions they have fulfilled. [...]

    • Helen says:

      Bought this as I LOVE jelly, but as a vegetarian rarely get to eat it nowadays. Also, don't like the idea of weird chemicals and sweeteners in my food. Great book, and fascinating story of how Bompas and Parr came to be jellymongers (their description!), brief history of jelly and very clear and detailed recipes. Sadly though, vegetarian gelatine just doesn't cut the mustard. According to Bompas & Parr, "A vegetarian gelling agent as good as gelatine remains the holy grail of food scientists [...]

    • Robert Wright says:

      A fun little book. I don't know how many of these I would try, but a fun read. Certainly some adventurous party ideas that go way beyond Jello shots. Glow-in-the-dark gelatin, anyone?Along the way to showcasing the exotic creations, there is good history and some sound advice for the average cook looking to make a go of some gelatin creations. They're not just for the 1950's garden party anymore!Read, enjoy, make, and eat some Jello!

    • Hannah says:

      A quick and delightful read about jelly!

    • Fiona Gaile Fernandez says:

      So I think I should level up my game at work and read more stuff like this one. Hooray for product development! The FT blood lives in me. Cheers to that!

    • Alesia says:

      These guys are genius, and the book's brilliant! Flaming jellies! Glow-in-the-Dark jellies! As a Jell-O Kid, I am smitten. Must buy myself a copy.

    • lesleymac says:

      It was interesting, but I'm just not that in to gelatin. The best thing about this book is the recipe for bubblegum infused vodka. wheeee!!!

    • Katie Hopkins says:

      Oddly fascinating history of gelatin!

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