Oh my. I ate a lot of stuff like that when I grew up in rural Illinois. Exotic, for sure! (Perhaps even as exotic as red jello, applesauce, red hots, and 7-Up.)
This made me laugh! I remember both Orange Fluff and the red jello/7up combination (my mom was from Illinois). Does anyone remember the green one- I think it had Cool Whip, Pistachio Pudding mix, pineapple and maybe walnuts?
When my husband was at Purdue they would serve "jello" as desserts and he would always protest! If it isn't pie, cakes, or cookies it can't be called a dessert.
sunset drags last blue grayshards from sky, cold black winter night settles over earth(c) Carol Wilcox, 2015winter paintbrush spreadsgray blue palette acrosssnow white canvas(C) Carol Wilcox, 2015
Gorgeous, Carol. Simply gorgeous.
My addition to the winter thoughts of exotic foods and landscapes that I am adding to my Spiritual Journey Thursday post for tomorrow.soft candlelight paintspread on a carpet of snow-winter's peaceful joy(Lester Laminack entitled my next gallery, Winter Wanderings, so think thoughts of winter. Carol, may I use include your winter poetry in the next gallery? Photo Needed