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  1. prison food
    Bill Cosby’s First Prison Meals Will Include Off-Brand Jell-O PuddingThe pudding at his Pennsylvania prison is listed as a “gelatin product” on the cafeteria menu.
  2. marketing gimmicks
    Even Tweens Think Jell-O Is Too Fake to EatKraft claims kids were demanding an “all-natural” line of the gelatin.
  3. Jell-O
    Which of These Things Was More Popular in 1970?Globe scribe Christopher Muther hosts a “high camp” dinner party, featuring both Jan Brady and jellied ham loaf.
  4. important ceilings
    John Boehner Will Eat His Peas If Obama Stops Acting Like Melted Jell-OWhat the hell is going on?
  5. Mediavore
    Canter’s Celebrates 80 Years; Jell-O Is Cool AgainThe famous Fairfax delicatessen originally opened in Boyle Heights in 1931, moving to its current location seventeen years later.
  6. Mediavore
    Deval Patrick Snuffs Out Cigar Bars; Avant-Garde Chefs Embrace the Coolness ofPlus enigmatic millennials in the wild and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  7. Mediavore
    Campbell’s New CEO Has a Salty Solution For Lagging Soup Sales; JunkPlus: Jaime Oliver ends a lucrative endorsement deal; and Jell-o is cool again, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Bill Cosby Reunites with Jell-O; Eric Ripert Co-Judging Top ChefA familiar face is shilling again for a famous dessert and Toby Young might not be popping up on Bravo’s big show this year.
  9. Mediavore
    State Audits Restaurants; Bill Cosby Jell-O Spokesman AgainPlus: a $160 cocktail, and the fall of Arby’s, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. Mediavore
    A Look at Nodding Head’s Bobbleheads; Bill Cosby Shills for Jell-OPlus: Eric Ripert’s new Top Chef role, and why chefs freak out, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Mediavore
    You Can’t Swap Your Baby for Beer; Bill Cosby Shills for Jell-OPlus: Eric Ripert’s new Top Chef role, and why chefs flip out, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Foodievents
    Jell-O Jiggle-OffVideo footage from the Jell-O–mold throwdown.
  13. The Apocalypse
    Gael Greene Experiments With Spam, and We Can Only Wonder What’s NextThe esteemed critic is headed down a slope that’s as slippery as Spam goo.
  14. company town
    Eliot Spitzer Hires Guides to Keep Him From Washing Down River of DespairLAW • Eliot Spitzer has been careful about the lawyers he’s selected to protect him against potential charges related to his activities with random twentysomething hookers, hiring a set of heavy hitters from white-collar crime specialists Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. He’s right to be choosy: “Hiring a lawyer is not unlike selecting a river guide,” the Times says today. “One wants a professional who not only steers clear of the rapids but does so in a reassuring manner. It also helps if he knows what to do should the boat hit the rocks.” Yeah. That’s just how we would have put it. [NYT] • A New York court rules that the daughter of a Jell-O heiress is not entitled to a taste of the multi-million-dollar fortune. [New York Law Journal] • Is Hillary Clinton’s legal background hindering her campaign? [Law.com]