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BOOK REVIEW: JELLY SHOTS by Michelle Cordero

| 11 September 2015 | 1 Reply

BOOK REVIEW: JELLY SHOTS by Michelle Cordero
Quarto Group USA/Allen & Unwin
May 2015
Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar
8 ½ /10

Jelly Shots by Michelle Cordero cover

My less-than-pleasant experiences with jelly date back to a couple of less-than-pleasant hospital visits as a child, and bowls of lurid gelatinous goo wobbling like jellyfish on a plate that the nurses insisted would cheer me up. It never worked, and I never changed my opinion on the stuff.

One flick through Jelly Shots, though, and I am a convert.

The things Michelle Cordero – creator of the That’s So Michelle blog – does with humble jelly defy what even a Michelin star chef could achieve in a fine dining restaurant.

From jelly inside of strawberries or raspberries or even marshmallows or lime quarters, to jalapeno margarita rectangles and Watermelon wedge-shaped triangles on sticks, champagne stars and Christmas tree shaped delights with a cherry poking out the middle, Cordero’s creations have to be seen to be believed.

Very much for the grown-ups, with liquor featuring in all of these recipes, a selection of these are a must at your next adult party – and with a little editing could no doubt be made ‘virgin’ for the kiddies to enjoy. Just don’t mix the two up!

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