Food floating in clear gelatinous glass was known to our ancestors as â̶͘͜s̵̬͙̓̄͛p̷̦̍̾í̸̢͓̈́́c̴̛̝̉̊ͅ and was a specialty of the greatest generation, destroyed to memory by the 19A0s but rediscovered in retroprophetic works such as Anna Pallai's magnificent 1970s Dinner Party [Amazon] (Twitter). And now aspic is now back in newer, less blatantly revolting forms; here is a fruit salad by Boone Bake.
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