on July 29, 2011
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
From what I have seen so far – there are some gorgeous creations out there this week. Wow.
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/07/mixed-berry-terrine-french-fridays-w.html – got mixed up and did this one last week. At a conference this week, so worked out well! Sophisticated jello – modified mine, of course.
Cher, yours looks great and I’m so glad you attacked your jello aversion to try this! You had me laughing out loud, as you so often do.
Spiking the terrine with plenty of Grand Marnier, Julia Child-style. So pretty, makes me think of stained glass windows.
Sorry, but I just can’t do jellified things …
so, instead, I made the British classic, Eton Mess!!
Yum, looks delicious!
This dessert was such a delightful surprise! Now I want to turn every juice I see into gelatin.
Love the shape! Looks quite yummy. Couldn’t find my loaf pan either due to move…how funny!
I loved this!
Beautiful…it almost looks like a stained glass window….
So fun and pretty! My husband ate half of it. :)
Mine wasn’t so pretty (for reasons explained in the post); but it was still delicious!
I’ve already made it again. It looked much better the second time, even though I didn’t get any pictures to prove it.
I am learning to be less snobby about jello. Thanks Dorie!
Here’s mine…not pretty, but tasty. FYI…fellow Doristas…I’m having trouble with google and it won’t let me sign in to leave comments for all of you…do know that I’m reading your posts…just can’t comment right now on your blogs, I’ll be leaving comments here for now. Sorry about that!
So odd, I can post on some blogs with my google account, but not on others. Anyone else having these issues or is it just me?
Sorry to hear that, I usually use my Word Press account to leave comments and I have not been having any issues – aside from the fact that I think I accidentally double clicked while trying to leave a comment on your blog and thus left the same comment twice. Oops!
I’m having EXACTLY the same issues. Frustrating!! At least I’m not the only one… :(
We enjoyed this one. I will check the setting next time. It was almost set before an hour and needed a little help to mix in the fruit.
Seems like many people ran into issue with the gelatin setting too quickly. FYI, simply warm the mixture (even a few seconds in the microwave would do) and it’ll loosen up or liquify. Chill again and take it out earlier the second time around.
Loved learning this technique!
Quite tasty and refreshing, but I can see it as a brunch dish more than a desssert~
We had fun making this one and will definitely try this technique again – plenty of room to play around with flavors!
I made mine for individual servings!
NOT your mama’s jello mold.
I’m going to be making this again this weekend and adding some more fruit – especially the ones that turned out to be super ripe! Maybe even a little rum or something in with the juice.
What a refreshing treat!
Very interesting – not a favourite but good to try!
Phew – running very late with cooking and posting this week but still having a blast with the FF’s. Nana took a pass but I enjoyed this one. PERFECT for the heat wave we are still having…..
Gosh, darnit! I have found work arounds for almost everyone’s blog to be able to post…except yours! For some reason I’m having trouble posting on blogger blogs. So I’ll post here. The market sounds amazing and you showed amazing restraint! I love the heart shaped mold. Nana doesn’t know what she’s missing…except with nutella pie, maybe she’s not missing anything at all!
This was surprisingly good! The mister really loved it. And I agree with everyone else – it was a perfect dish for the heat wave…
This one was a little scary to make. I was sure I was making berry soup, but no, it was delicious. I’m making it again while I have the juicer out.
The whole family enjoyed this one!
This turned out to be quite an experiment!
It’s French Saturday for me! What is it about summer that makes people a bit lazier?
I’ll be making this again!
Tried it … slow getting my link posted:
I’d love some great ideas for serving next week’s recipe … slow-roasted tomatoes.
Really enjoyed this! It looked so pretty!
Surprisingly not terrible!
Lots of laughs though!
Very late…I actually made this on time but didn’t have a chance to post until today
Excellent and easy recipe!
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