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  • Meanwhile, pavlova, n., the brave promotional gambit of Davis Gelatine (a rather sordid jelly concocted with inter alia milk and orange juice), and pavlova, n., the American ice-cream (c. 1926) of which I can find no trace at all, evidently require separate definitions.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Meanwhile, pavlova, n., the brave promotional gambit of Davis Gelatine (a rather sordid jelly concocted with inter alia milk and orange juice), and pavlova, n., the American ice-cream (c. 1926) of which I can find no trace at all, evidently require separate definitions.

    Even More Pavlova

  • Kodak said it was selling off its Eastman Gelatine Corp. business to Rousselot, part of Vion Food Group for an undisclosed sum.

    Kodak Reshuffles Decks

  • She tried to pass off Knox Gelatine recipes as her own in the church bazaar cookbook and it marked her for years.

    And One Last Thing…

  • She tried to pass off Knox Gelatine recipes as her own in the church bazaar cookbook and it marked her for years.

    And One Last Thing…

  • Gelatine sheets regardless of grade tend to look like this

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Gelatine sheets regardless of grade tend to look like this

    Mango Pannacotta with Caramelised Mango

  • The goal was to make Ricotta and Cucumber Ring, but Freya from Writing at the Kitchen Table says the result should have been named Disaster in Gelatine.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • She orders Pears 'soap, White Label Soup, Pearline, Walter Baker's cocoa, and Knox's Gelatine, because she knows and remembers the names, and does not realize that she has chosen in every instance an article made familiar to her, perhaps, by advertising only.

    The Joy of Advertising

  • Gelatine is substance formed from the boiling of animal skin, connective tissue or bones, and is occasionally used to remove sediments and proteins during the wine clarification process.

    Archive 2006-04-01

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