There’s always room for Jell-O! Even though General Foods shut down the Jell-O factory in LeRoy, New York nearly 50 years ago, the wiggly gelatin has a home in the Jell-O Museum. It was invented here back in 1897. Did you know the first four Jell-O flavors were orange, lemon, strawberry and raspberry? Lime wasn’t introduced for another 30 years. The museum also displays the two main ingredients of Jell-O: a preserved sturgeon bladder and a calf’s hoof. Vegans rejoice! I wonder if Bill Cosby has ever been to the museum? It doesn’t matter. His ads are shown all over the museum so he’s there in spirit. And yes, the above picture is weird. It’s not just you.