Savory Jello Molds Called Aspics Were Super Popular In The ’60S

These savory gelatinous dishes used to be hugely popular in the U.S. Aspic was made with ingredients like pork, veggies and shrimp, which were solidified in a weird gelatin base. In the ‘60s and ‘70s, it was considered mess-free, economic and easy to make, but it eventually fell out of fashion, and is now mostly remembered as a peculiar, dated dish.