Author(s): Rachael Lane
Fresh and fruity, subtle and sophisticated, bright and boozy - jelly can be made in almost any shape or flavour, to suit any kind of event. Gone are the days when making jelly meant mixing water with some artificially-flavoured crystals from a box. Almost any kind of liquid can be turned into a jelly, so the possibilities are endless; from fun, child-friendly fruit jellies to more elegant and complex jellies infused with alcohol, herbs, spices or nuts. Wobble contains 35 tantalising jelly recipes to get your taste-buds in a quiver, as well as detailed information on jelly-making to help you experiment and create your own wobbly wonders.