Sunday, October 31, 2010

Koko Samoa video

By panipopos

You know, I'm not sure why Koko Samoa isn't sold in grated or chipped form. I'm also not sure why Samoa doesn't market it's own chocolate made from Koko. Do you reckon anyone has ever tried to smuggle drugs in the middle of a koko block? And who first had the brilliant idea of using disposable cups for koko molds?

Things that make you go "hmmm" when you're sipping your koko...



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10 comments:

  1. I miss koko samoa. My mom passed a while ago and she used to make a soup called supo esi do you know how to make that and can you make a video of that if you can... Thank you...and by the way I enjoy all of your tutorials. My kids and I are learning new things on your site everytime we drop by to watch your videos... Keep them coming...

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  2. Wow, cute kids! Wish I could help you out with the supo esi, but this summer just past I saw esi in my supermarket a total of two times. Now it's fall, I'm not sure when I'll see it next, but I'll keep an eye out.

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  3. thanks my kids keep me on my toes... thanks for responding. Hopefully next year you could try and make that one. Looking forward to your next videos.

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  4. wow-don't even remember the last time i had koko samoa! probably when i was a kid. thanks for the videos and posts! they certainly bring back fond childhood memories:)

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  5. Yes, I have a strong suspicion that people don't even make my recipes, and just come to look at the pics/video and reminisce...lol...and why not? Glad you enjoy the blog!

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  6. I just finished making Koko Samoa with your recipe. Tastes great and the warmth is welcome here in Canada. I'm going to have to find a mail order source once the stuff from my Samoan auntie is gone. Thanks!

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  7. You're welcome. Isn't it just like the best cup of hot chocolate you've ever had? I love the stuff!

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  8. Do you know the recipe for the pani with pegu popo inside....

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  9. Thanks for this great video. I just bought some Koko Samoa today, but it's been a while since I've made it and this was a great refresher. Thanks again! Great site.

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    1. Thanks Andrew. Glad the site is useful.

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