Monday, April 24, 2006

Mysterious Pink Gummy Candy

Hey look, it matches my blog!

It sure looks like sushi, but it's not. What is it? I have no idea.
They sell it at the Hannam Market in K-Town and it tastes like gummy... nothing. No flavour at all.

It's so pretty, I was really hoping it would taste like... something. But no, nothing more than a gummy supermodel - all looks, no substance.


Brian Gage said...

watch it right there, baby! I happened to devour a bag of those in 3 hours because they're so delicious! They taste like red bean mochi! but in a gummy candy. love it.

Jeni said...

Women are suckers for anything pink!

Colleen was AWESOME meeting my favorite LA blogging personality. I'm looking forwards to more food outings with the you & the crew.

Sylvie said...

Good luck at the New School Pro Program. I have taken a number of classes there and loved it.

briana said...

Nice - I've been trying to figure out what to do for a candy blog swap and I think I'll run over to the Sawtell and have a mini-J-Town extravaganza. My partner is in Minisota, so I'm assuming strange pink gummy pillows are not a common candy selection at the local save-n-shop.

I really can't wait to read about your New School experience - I have a friend who did the pro program and loved it. I've done quite a few individual classes there but have yet to take the big bite... maybe next year.

Colleen Cuisine said...

BG - maybe I'll surprise you with a bathtub full of gummy candy for your birthday. That, or the Playstation 3, I can't decide.

Jeni - I loved meeting you too! I had so much fun hanging out with you and the gang at Musha. Can't wait for the next one.

Sylvie - thanks, I am counting down the days to New School!

Briana - Candy Blog Swap!!! That sounds like a blast. How do I learn more? That's great to hear about your friend enjoying New School - I'm really looking forward to taking the series... and writing about it too!

Brian Gage said...

Umm...Playstaion 3 please.