A Christmas jellied salad? Really?

In an early Sandwiched podcast, we had quite the discussion of the stuff we used to eat growing up in waspy white-bread Ontario. Jellied salads seemed to be a theme. Seriously where did they come from?

Our most recent podcast is our Christmas party. Even there, a discussion of jellied salads happened.

What is wrong with you people, you ask?!


…today Sharon is making a jellied salad for her Christmas dinner extravaganza. Crossing the streams? Ya think? I (Trish)…I…just…can’t…even…


baking prep on a kitchen counter
Making a jellied salad
The fixins for jellied salad: pecans, cottage cheese, celery, and pineapple.
jellied salad and other food items in a fridge
Salad getting all jellied

I don’t know about you, but Sharon better post a picture of the final jellied thingy next to the turkey on Christmas Day!

By the way, if you missed our Christmas special, listen now!

Oh, and the jellied salad episode is still available:

Ok then. have a Merry Christmas, everyone! Remember, if it’s stressful, weed is now legal in Canada! Send us your family holiday stories and pics of your food, your ugly sweaters, and your presents!

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