This coming Sunday is the king of movie awards shows, The Oscars. Will you be watching or has the string of wonky host gigs done you in? (Don’t worry, Chris Rock’s opening monologue isn’t likely to be boring, at least!) Either way, we’ve got a few festive Oscar party food ideas to pepper your party table.
This may sound extravagant, but this wine jelly recipe published in 1896 was originally intended for those with very little appetite or who had difficulty keeping more substantial foods down. Wine jelly is tasty on top of toast, biscuits, roast beef, turkey, spooned from shot glasses, squeezed from paper cups, and licked from spoons. It’s not overly sweet, and it keeps in the fridge for months. It’s simple to make, but will take some planning…
How cool are these rainbow, orange slice Jello shots!? The fabulous hostess behind these culinary delights, Lauren, explained how you can do this yourself for your next party.
In this post: GORGE photos of grown-ass Jell-O shots — from the high-end delicate French 78 flowers to the Harry Potter-themed chocolate frogs filled with booze, and several shots in between.
Armed with this info, your parties can be just as boozy but twice as classy.