Jelly Beans

Some articles on jelly beans, jelly, jelly bean:

Richard Falomir - Discography - Assorted Jelly Beans
... Assorted Jelly Beans - Assorted Jelly Beans (1996) - drums, vocals Assorted Jelly Beans - What's Really Going On (1998) - drums, vocals Assorted Jelly Beans - WWW.Y2KTheory.EP..A.J.B..Com (1999) - drums, vocals ...
Assorted Jelly Beans (album)
... Assorted Jelly Beans is the first album of Assorted Jelly Beans ... It was released in 1996 ...
Marinus Van Dam
... When Marinus was asked how he developed the manufacturing of the Jelly Belly, he answered that most jelly beans at the time were cheap candy that had a 56% sugar content and were sold as penny candy ... All jelly beans started out with plain, uncolored starch centers that were merely sweetened with sugar ... and his solution was to enhance the jelly beans so that they would appeal to everyone ...
Jelly Belly - History
... subject of the 2010 documentary film Candyman The David Klein Story, created the Jelly Belly jelly bean and a new kind of marketing for a jelly bean to be sold in single flavors ... the Herman Goelitz Candy Company and asked them to make him a version of the mini gourmet jelly bean to be called Jelly Belly, and to make this jelly bean using natural flavors if ... Kathy Fosselman designed the Jelly Belly logo, which is still being used today ...
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? - Season 1: 2005
... Lumpy Treasure" The Jelly Bean trio go off in search of hidden treasure, but end up finding trouble 03 "Lights Out / Swimming Buddy" July 15, 2005 (2005-07 ... At first the Jelly Beans think he wants to blow up the moon ... July 22, 2005 (2005-07-22) 104 "Tree Hugger" The Jelly Beans try to convince Scoutmaster Lumpus not to chop down a rare tree called the Migrating Mulberry Tree ...

Famous quotes related to jelly beans:

    I love this child. Red-haired—patient and gentle like her mother—fey and funny like her father. When she giggles I can hear him when he and I were young. I am part of this child. It may be only because we share genes and that therefore smell familiar to each other. . . . It may be that a part of me lives in her in some important way. . . . But for now, it’s jelly beans and ‘Old MacDonald’ that unite us.
    Robert Fulghum (20th century)

    You can tell a lot about a fellow’s character by his way of eating jelly beans.
    Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)