gelatin mold

gelatin mold

A semirigid mold made from gelatin; used in making plaster casts.
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Pour into a 6-cup gelatin mold or shallow dish; chill until firm.
7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Eat Yer Face Gelatin Mold Kit" is now available to anyone who wants to make an exact copy, or clone, of their face cast in gelatin and serve it up for a fun and educational holiday dessert.
Lee explains, "While other fingerprint systems, including those using 'live finger detection,' are fooled 75 to 100% of the time by a 3D gelatin mold recently referred to as a 'gummy finger,' the new SecuGen system consistently rejects such a mold.
There was a gelatin mold in a gutter (and then served), a cab driver who resembled Buddy Holly, a reporter showing up for an interview, a high school "foot-brawl" game and family being locked in a car dealer's lot.
From the chocolate haunted house kit to the brain-shaped gelatin mold ($11.
Whether gelatin molds, vegan stuffing or deep-fried turkeys, PG&E will remain on the job to make sure its customers can enjoy their holiday traditions with friends, family and community.
With the exception of the butternut squash, gelatin molds and pies, everything is cooked on Thanksgiving Day, according to Mrs.
SHAMROCK SALAD Raw vegetables and fruit, such as cabbage, carrots, celery, and apples 1 small package lime-flavored gelatin 3 small, round gelatin molds 1.
Perhaps that's why air conditioners became chillers for wedding cakes and gelatin molds.
Percentage of Kitchen Items in America's Homes What's Hot 2002 1993 What's Not 1993 2002 Kitchen Shears 49 66 Rolling Pin 85 79 Plastic Freezer Bags 18 20 Biscuit Cutter 40 34 Paper Plates 82 86 Meat Mallet 56 49 Sandwich Bags 72 77 Gelatin Molds 48 38 Refrig.