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Wasabi pops

You lick the popsicle, but it makes your tongue burn so you lick the popsicle, but it makes your tongue burn, so you...
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A new line of frigid treats catering to the more culinarilly adventurous kids of all ages, introducing flavorful popsicles with just the right amount of capsaicin to make these the hottest summer time snack to ever be frozen to a stick.
Finally a mint-sickle with just the right amount of kick, or cinnamon pops, paprika pops. I think my favorite though would have to be the wasabi pops because the burning sensation from it abates as quickly as it begins.
For our overheated clientele who have more of a tart tooth we are currently working on the dill pickle pop.

Wasabi pops http://www.ibiblio....df9407/df940713.jpg
[calum, Feb 04 2005]

(?) Palapa Azul http://www.palapaaz.../product.php?pid=11
Cucumber-chile. In grocery stores in California. [jutta, May 16 2006, last modified Mar 20 2009]

wasabi ice cream http://bertc.com/japanese_ice_creams.htm
fine line [shinobi, May 16 2006]


       mmmmmmm cinnamon. +
swimr, Jun 27 2004

DesertFox, Jun 27 2004

       Oh, ya. I forgot. A friend of mine made dill pickle ice cream. No one ate any except one person who said it was disgusting. It smelled bad, too.
DesertFox, Jun 27 2004

       Ew...gross. No. Just....just no. [-]
Pocketassreturn, Jun 27 2004

       Will you make chocolate-chili pepper pops? Its good warm in mole coloradito, so maybe it would be good in a popsicle.
evilmathgenius, Jun 28 2004

       Wasabi helps me fight congestion from cold without the drowsiness. This would be the ideal combination for a summer cold.
kbecker, Jun 28 2004

       Yeah because Buckley's mixture in popsicle form didn't go over very well at all.   

       Mmm, to go with my frozen fish sticks. +
sartep, Jun 28 2004

       i love this idea it'd be even better than my wasabi icecream! (though wasabi in icecream form is awesome) i love popsicles
Urban Kayaker, Jun 28 2004

       I don't think that sushi pops would do well here.   

       <psst [2 fries] up top, missed a l in title <psst> [+]
skinflaps, Feb 04 2005

       Thanx eh.   

       Why not freeze pickled eggs onto sticks while you're at it?
wagster, Feb 28 2005

       + I'm thinking curry and coca leaves for a real kick.
xandram, Apr 13 2006

       I got as far as the intro and laughed out loud at the image in my mind. Still chuckling. I love this place.[+]
nth, Apr 14 2006

methinksnot, Apr 14 2006

       I've had wasabi ice cream at Wagamamas, and its readily available in Japan but hmmm...these's a fine line between ice lollies and ice cream no? [+] for the idea of making a business out of confusing one type of hot with another cold...vicious cyle. I can only forsee someone buying these lollies once...and then never again. Cause when the last lick is done, what does one do? Tabasco flavored ice-cold water? Got some links, check them out. oh and wagamama is so damn good though. I'd give you another [+] if I could for just reminding me of the food there.
shinobi, May 16 2006

Voice, Jan 30 2016

       Would eat.
notexactly, Jan 31 2016

       Ah! Yummy cure for sinus woes!
Steamboat, Jan 31 2016

       Second only to a tuna sushi and wasabi pop. [+]
whatrock, Jan 31 2016


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