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Discussion in 'Old Threads' started by Udet, May 24, 2008.
Very amusing Udet. Surely, George Bush must go down as the most lampooned President in living memory?
While on the subject of American delicacies, what exactly is a "peanut butter and JELLY" sandwich? Over here, jelly is a product of boiling water, flavour and gelatine (alum?) which produces a 'ballistic jelly' like substance that is added to ice cream, fruit salad, etc, to make a desert. It's also an ingredient in an alchohol based dessert called 'trifle'. I can't imagine it on a sandwich.
Or, does 'jelly' equate to 'jam' in the U.S.?
Jelly very similar to jam. Jam has bits of the fruit in it - such as strawberry or marmalade. Jelly is the same but without the fruit bits and more like a Jello consistancy.
I love Rhubarb jam / jelly.
Thanks for the condiment update Chris! They tried to market a peanut butter/'jelly' spread, contained in one jar, in a sort of 'swirl' pattern, many years ago - didn't last long in the land of Vegemite!
ahhh but Graeme, you should try 'Fluff-n-Nutter" - thats when they took that jelly/peanut butter swirl stuff and added marshmellows! Oh to be a kid again!
Eeerrmmmm....hrmhrmmm....cough...cough...what ya mean to be a kid again? Since when did you ya stop being a kid??
Try a bit of Fluff ?!...
"Fluff" is aussie slang for a woman. To be precise, (Macquarie Dictionary)...
"...a girl, especially one who is superficially attractive."
Hmmm..I think this is what did it...
And so I stated thinking about American icons...and I was having dessert at the time...and...
My apologies Udet!