gelatin mold

gelatin mold

A semirigid mold made from gelatin; used in making plaster casts.
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This refers not only to a gelatin mold but to a torte in which cake is layered inside a cake ring with such fillings as stabilized whipped cream, pastry cream, mousse, or fruit.
Pour into a 6-cup gelatin mold or shallow dish; chill until firm.
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.
I have a collection of vintage metal gelatin molds, and I like to make this gelatin using three different patterns.
Perhaps that's why air conditioners became chillers for wedding cakes and gelatin molds.