We’ve been having so much fun with our Zoku. Isn’t this rainbow icy-pole gorgeous?
I don’t usually have commercial cordials in the pantry but at the moment I am making exceptions for anything that can be Zoku-ed. What’s that? Blue cordial full of colour and flavour and preservatives? Can it be Zoku-ed? Yes? Bring it on in then.
And I must admit that I can’t take credit for what you’re about to see. This was my husband’s creation and because I was out and he knew I’d love it so much he took a photo of it. What a man.
We’re not sure exactly how he achieved this effect. It’s a mix of mainly clear apple juice and a touch of raspberry cordial.
I think of this as the geeky Zoku pop because it reminds me of those models of molecular structures we used to have in our science classes at school. I anticipate many hot (as in from the weather) nerds arriving on my doorstep in search of this: the pinnacle of Zokuvian scientific research.
Did anyone get a Zoku for Christmas? Anyone else been having a great old time experimenting with their Zoku?
God, that does sound extraordinarily like a cheeky euphemism. It reminds me of the fellow on a dating website my friend was looking at who listed among his hobbies “tinkering with his Maloo”. My girlfriend and I were in hysterics over it and it’s become a stock standard response in these parts when someone asks one of us what we’ve been up to: “Oh, you know, just tinkering with my Maloo”.
PS: A Maloo is a kind of car. So this fellow would have us believe. Yeah, right.