A salad. Encased in Jello.
You may have seen it on “Mad Men”. But I lived it.
I grew up in a home where big family dinners at Thanksgiving, Christmas or Easter included at least one creation held together with gelatin.
What was inside them? Oh, your imagination knows no limits – – cucumbers, carrots, cherries, oranges. And – – on occasion – – marshmallows.
Look. I’m as perplexed as everyone else, as to HOW Jello and marshmallows made it into a food item that could still legally be called “salad”.