A Sweet Evening with Word Books

June 6, 2012 at 11:00 am | Posted in JelloBook | 5 Comments

Attention New York based fans! Come get your copy of Hello Jell-O! signed and sample some jiggly sweets from my book at an event at WORD Books in Greenpoint Brooklyn next Wednesday evening. I’ll be dispensing some jello tips, tricks, and wisdom along side Fany Gerson, author of Paletes. More information can be found on the WORD Books website. Hope to see you there!

WORD Books
126 Franklin Street Brooklyn, NY 11222
Wednesday, June 13th.  -7pm
Facebook RSVP encouraged, but not required

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  1. Hello,
    I just bought your book, and I just love all the recipes. With that being said, I was wondering if I can use sugar-free jello for your recipes in your book? Can I use splenda instead of sugar? Thank you. Debbie

    • Hi Debbie,

      Yes you can substitute sugar-free jello for any of the recipes that call for the pre-flavored gelatin. Also Splenda makes a granulated product for cooking that is supposed to measure the same as sugar: http://bit.ly/MMXcm9 Although I have not tried it, you should be able to use it to replace granulated white sugar in any of the recipes.

      Thanks for buying my book, I hope you enjoy it!

  2. To bad I don’t live in New York but across the Atlantic in Europe so no sign and sample for me! (nah!) But I bought your book and it arrived yesterday (yay!) and I love it! :-D Thanks for writing Jell-O recipe’s for grownups, I will be trying one this weekend!!

    Elvira

  3. Victoria,
    How do you store your jello molds? I’ve recently ordered your book and have amassed quite a collection, but I’m not quite sure how to preserve them — other than hanging them up in my kitchen, which is was I am presently doing. Any suggestions?

    • Having a tiny New York apartment with a tiny New York kitchen makes it tough but I manage. I do have several of my larger molds displayed on the walls of my kitchen and the rest are stowed away in my rarely used oven are expertly stacked up in those hard-to-reach little cabinets over the fridge. I probably have 3 dozen stuffed in those cabinets all nesting inside one another like a jig-saw puzzle.

      I am glad you are enjoying my book! Thanks!


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