Thursday, July 7, 2011

Poppy Pop

Feeling guilty over my recent indiscretion, I decided to spend some quality time with my Zoku. I had to think of a phenomenal pop. Nothing quick and dirty, something substantive and inventive to prove my (re)commitment.

I'm not sure how the thought initially occurred to me, but I decided on LEMON POPPY SEED. After gorging ourselves on sushi at Ponzu,  Deacon Knorr and I picked up some of the necessary ingredients. We decided on lemon greek yogurt with freshly squeezed lemon juice, freshy grated lemon zest and poppy seeds. We blended the concoction and poured it into the molds. There was some discussion of a mutual fear of over-citrusization. However, after sampling our pops, the Deacon and I were quite pleased! A triumphant return to the Zoku!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for using my proper ecclesiastical title.

    These were the best pops yet from amongst those I've sampled (which, granted, is only 3-4 varieties). The lemon peel (added pre-blender) added some great texture to the pop. Highly recommended.