Not to worry, it isn’t really National Use-Up-Your-Leftovers-in-a-Jell-O-Salad Week. And even if it was, you can opt out of this multiple-spoon disaster.
Bet you have a dish of leftover peas or beans or carrots in the refrigerator right now…too little to serve everyone, and too much to throw away!
Well, I suppose there’s enough for just one person. Why can’t one person have them. Or maybe I will just throw them out. Those peas are tired and so am I! As for the slice of olive, I think we can let go of that, too.
Why not use them beautifully tonight in a tempting Jell-O salad. It’ll taste so good, no one will ever suspect!
Oh, I think they might suspect, you know? Jell-O is see-through. And unless everyone totally forgot what they ate last night, that horror of a Jell-O mold will bring it back to them. Vividly.
Riddle answers from the last post:
What begins with a P, ends with an E and has a thousand letters in it? A Post Office. (The Bewildered Brit got this one.)
What does a cat have that no other animal has? Kittens. ( Jen at The Transmogrifier’s Tale got this one – and thank you both for playing!)