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Old 01-13-2013, 08:26 AM   #1
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Sunday Special-"Always Room for Jell-o !"

Sunday Special-"Always Room for Jell-o !"


It's been a part of my dessert experience as far back as I can remember; This quiz is my
salute to all things JELL-O.

1. In 1897, Pearle B. Wait developed a fruit-flavored gelatin based on Peter
Cooper's 1845 patented gelatin dessert. What relative of Wait's gave the product the
name JELL-O?
a. - his brother
b. - his wife
c. - his son
d. - his mother
2. In 1936, the first JELL-O pudding was offered. What flavor was it?
3. What famous comedian became the spokesman for JELL-O Pudding in 1974?
4. In June of 1996, JELL-O made the news with a story from Space Station
Mir. To keep track of days, Shannon Lucid ate JELL-O gelatin on what day of
the week?
5. In January 2001, which state made JELL-O the Official State Snack?
a. - Colorado
b. - Utah
c. - Michigan
d. - New York
6. Which of the following is NOT a line of products for JELL-O?
a. - JELL-O Brand Gelatin
b. - JELL-O Brand Sweets
c. - JELL-O Brand Pudding
d. - JELL-O Brand No Bakes
7. Which State is home to the JELL-O museum?
8. Which of the following movies featured a memorable scene with JELL-O?
a. - Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
b. - Steel Magnolias
c. - Jurassic Park
d. - The Truman Show
9. What movie contains the infamous line "There's always room for JELL-O"?
a. - Ghostbuster 2
b. - Gremlins 2
c. - Evolution
d. - Beetlejuice
10. Which of the following is NOT true about JELL-O?
a. - Every day, Americans purchase an average of 758,012 boxes of JELL-O.
b. - Fresh or frozen raspberries contain an enzyme that prevents JELL-O from
setting.
c. - Immigrants passing through Ellis Island were often given a bowl of
JELL-O as a "Welcome to America" treat.
d. - When hooked up to an electroencephalograph machine, JELL-O demonstrates
movement identical to the brain waves of an adult human.
11. At the beginning, JELL-O was sold in four flavors; name them.
12. In 1904, two new flavors were debuted; what were they?
13. In 1923, JELL-O offered a new gelatin line called
D-ZERTA; what made it different from JELL-O?
14. In 1930, "Congealed" salads became popular; what flavor was introduced because it
complemented salads, relishes and molds?
15. In 1948, JELL-O (now General Foods) introduce a new line-Tapioca Pudding, in
three flavors; name them.
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1. b
2. chocolate
3. Bill Cosby
4. Sunday
5. b
6. b
7.(Leroy) New York
8. c
9. a
10. b
11. strawberry, raspberry, orange and lemon
12. chocolate and cherry
13. It was Sugar-Free.
14. Lime
15. Vanilla, Chocolate, and Orange / Coconut

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Aargh, only got like 5 right!
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Correct in Red I better read up on Jell-O...

1. b
2. chocolate
3. Bill Cosby
4. Sunday

5. b
6. b
7.(Leroy) New York
8. c
9. a

10. b - okay, I am astounded, but I do know some adults with Jell-O for brains
11. strawberry, raspberry, orange and lemon
12. chocolate and cherry
13. It was Sugar-Free.
14. Lime
15. Vanilla, Chocolate,
and Orange / Coconut
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