Growing up in the 1980s, I was pretty sure what made Jell-O Pudding Pops so delicious: every batch had been lovingly made by Bill Cosby, naturally. Now that I'm older and (arguably) wiser, I know that the secret behind that singular texture and flavor isn't Bill's secret family recipe. But what I didn't know was that these sweet summertime treats are, seriously, the easiest thing ever to make.
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Artist Andrew Salomone made a portrait of former Jell-O spokesman Bill Cosby out of an appropriate medium: Jell-O shots. The configuration of approximately 1,000 cups of Jell-O was unveiled last Sunday at Buoy Gallery in Kittery, Maine. There's an accompanying video of the portrait's transformation over the course of the night. (I assume most of it was consumed by the end.) [via Craftzine] Related Portrait of Obama Made Out of Cereal Photo of the Day: Rainbow Jell-O This Is What the Internet Was Made For: Jello Time...
You'd think that after three years as a U.S. senator in Washington, D.C., President-elect Barack Obama would know what a half-smoke is. But no. "What's a half-smoke?" he asked on Saturday at Ben's Chili Bowl. Bill Cosby and D.C. mayor Adrian Fenty react.