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People's Pops

by CH Contributor
on 05 June 2009

by Laura Neilson

This weekend marks the second season of People's Pops, frozen popsicles reinvented with gourmand flavor combos, at Fort Greene's Brooklyn Flea market (, as well as a first-time appearance at Sunday's Brooklyn Indie Market in Carroll Gardens . The NYC-based popsicle purveyors offer the local farmer's market's freshest bounty, condensed into the form of a simple and nostalgic summertime staple.

Unlike the artificial colors and flavors of most frozen treats on a stick, People's Pops' feature seasonal fruits (and the occasional vegetable) mingled with herbs and other natural ingredients, such as yogurt and honey, to create inventive blends like peach, chamomile and honey; watermelon, cucumber and hyssop; tri-star strawberries and cream; blackberry, yogurt and honey; and sugar plum and mint.

True to the brand's name, the classic ice box-style popsicles were a popular and delectable addition to last summer's food vendor lineup (not to mention a refreshing example of the local foods movement).

As a nod to the greenmarket's recent profusion of rhubarb, this weekend's flavors will include strawberry and rhubarb; strawberry and buttermilk; and rhubarb and elderflower.

Popsicles are all around $3 and shave ice is also available for $2. Visit People's Pops for more information.

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