Chef Andy made an appearance on NPR's Weekend
Edition story, "Jello-O,
Still Breaking the Mold" on Sunday, August 21st, 2005! If you
missed the original broadcast, there's an audio link on the NPR page.
Like this? Try these! If you enjoy Chef Andy's (ahem) "taste"
in recipes, you'll like the following websites! Click and enjoy!
The Gallery of Regrettable Food is truely in a class by itself!
Rightwing kook James Lileks sure has a sense of humor. Be sure to explore
his chronicle of the decline of western civilization via
Jell-O Ads! Oh, and it would be nice if you bought
a copy of the book through Amazon, so Chef Andy gets his referral
A Biography includes a guest appearance by Chef Andy. (Check out
Robert Topper points out that the precursor to Jell-O, "lemon table
jelly," was actually invented by Peter Cooper in 1845, and provides
a history of Jell-O.
- Recipelink provides dessert
recipes and an excellent general recipe site.
Kitchen is a nice recipe and entertainment site, with a very personal
Today highlighted Chef Andy's website on their kids' science page!
Kraft's "JELL-O 100" page Yes, Chef Andy hates animated
GIFs, but somehow, seeing a quivering jell-o mold on top of a marble
pedestal almost makes them acceptable.
Virtual Jello, featuring Jell-O poetry, food, and art!
Tick Tock Toys gleefully displays classics of vintage packaging
from the 50's through the 70's. If you're Chef Andy's age, now you can
revisit your childhood friends Quisp, Quake, Funny Face, Libby the Kid
('That's Billy the Kid spelled sideways, sortof') frozen dinners, and
other staples of the tyke foodstuff genre!
- The Tiki News
Website keeps you up-to-date (where "date" approximately equals
1957) with the latest rum drinks and weekly calendar listings for live
lounge music from San Francisco to Cambridge.
Drinks and Cocktails will set the scene for your Laua or Tiki party
- Archie McPhee
is a wonderful supplier of kitch and tack. Click this way for pink flamingos,
sparking Nunzilla, or drink monkeys!