Though the recipes are easy to follow, the wobbling dishes are spectacular; anything can be made into jelly - champagne or liquorice, for instance, and there is bubblegum vodka jelly, and another that, mildy disturbinbly, glows in the dark. --The Daily Telegraph, 4th December 2010
...a collection of wobbly recipes from a pair of performance-food artists...Bompas & Parr go on to prove the point with recipes for fruit jellies, alcoholic jellies, jellies shaped like churche, jellies that glow in the dark. There's even a jelly Christmas pudding. It's all very childish, in a good way. --The Times Review - Food Books of the Year, November 2010
About the Author
Bompas & Parr set up their company in 2007 and receive numerous commissions for their bespoke jellies and moulds. Blurring the boundaries between art and food, they have featured on Heston Blumenthal's Feast programme, hosted a jelly banquet for over 2000 people with jellies designed by leading architects and created a 'walk-in cocktail' installation. They have featured on many TV shows and in the national and international press, including the NY Times.