What's Your Favorite Korean Popsicle?
- Danimal n Hustler Jun 4, 2007 07:02 PM
If ya'll haven't had the pleasure of tasting some of Korea's summer delectables, ya'll are in for some palate-pleasers.
I for one have an undying love for Screw Bar, Jaws Bar, and Watermelon Slice.
Screw Bar: Strawberry flavored pink and white swirl on a stick with a red inside. Use to be known as Screw 300 when it use to cost 300 Won each...
Jaws Bar: shape of a shark, purple grape flavor outside with a blood red strawberry flavor inside.
Watermelon Slice: looks like an actual piece of watermelon slice but on a stick, red on the top and green on the bottom, has chunks of chocolate watermelon seeds.
What are some of your favorites?
BTW you can find the Screw and Jaws Bar at the major Korean markets... as far as Watermelon, it's being phased out even in Korea.
Our favorite thing lately is a Korean ice cream sandwich, of sorts. The outside layer is a sort of thin waffle pancake, and inside is vanilla ice cream and a sweet, syrupy, chunky filling. It's EXACTLY like a frozen version of the syrup-filled, freshly griddled rice pancakes you can get from truck vendors outside certain grocery stores in Korea Town. So good! You can get them at Korean grocery stores in a package of 5 for $6.99. I think the English name on the sign was "honey ice cream" or something.
My favorite bars since I was a kid have been Screw Bar, Jaws Bar, and Cappuccino 500!
I used to like the dduk-encased ice cream balls that would come two in a white plastic pack (I think it has rabbits on the front?) and the sherbet-like things that would come in orange-shaped plastic containers (with attached spoons, I might add).
The Jaws bar is my all time favorite and it hasn't changed at all since I was a kid. I guess I just love biting in and seeing blood...yikes.