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A Pocky by any other name...

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10th Feb 2009, 11:54   | tags:,,,,,

harimanjaro says:

Yep, French Pocky.

10th Feb 2009, 14:54

harimanjaro says:

Or, more accurately, Euro-pocky. LU used to be French, looks like they're owned by Kraft foods now. That's globalization for you...

10th Feb 2009, 14:56

Euphro says:

Thanks for the info!

It's the first time I've seen them in the UK :D

Wikipedia has a very informative article explaining all of the differences, and listing an amazing range of flavours.

10th Feb 2009, 15:22

Euphro says:

Hello Kozika! Lovely to hear from you :) How are you?

Mikado is very nice and very popular with the children :)

19th Sep 2009, 13:14

Wendle says:

I don't even know what pocky is, let alone these mikados?

19th Sep 2009, 13:33

beth says:

Wendle - Pocky is an old moblog favourite. It's a bit like KP chocolate dips but the chocolate is solid and already stuck to the sticks. It's lovely and very popular in Japan. A few years ago Kozika came over to England and we all met up for a bit of a party - she had brought much pocky. There are photos on moblog of all of this and many of me stuffing my face with said pocky.

19th Sep 2009, 13:49

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19th Sep 2009, 13:50

Wendle says:

Wow, looks like a lot of fun... i've been with moblog for almost 2 years now and i still feel so much the newbie!...

20th Sep 2009, 12:17

beth says:

newbie is just a state of mind :)

20th Sep 2009, 13:03

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