People's Pops by Nathalie Jordi

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Sure to be popular, this straightforward book makes it easy to achieve consistent, delicious results. Fruit flavors (e.g., Rhubarb & Jasmine, Corn & Blackberry...
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A flavor-packed collection of 65 recipes from the trio behind the premier pops stand in the country, People’s Pops.

In 2008, three old friends had a hunch that the world deserved a better ice pop. Every summer since, New York City’s been taken by storm with out-of-the-box flavors like Raspberries & Basil, Peach & Bourbon, and Cantaloupe & Tarragon from People’s Pops. Now, the People behind the phenomenon share their DIY ethos in a breezy cookbook that teaches how to pair ingredients, balance sweetness, and explore fruits (and vegetables and herbs!)--in simple recipes that work with standard ice pop molds or improvised ones. With a chapter devoted to shave ice plus recipes for grownup boozy pops sprinkled throughout, People’s Pops proves itself top of the pops.
 

About Nathalie Jordi

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Joel Horowitz, Nathalie Jordi, and David Carrell founded People's Pops in 2008. They live in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published June 5, 2012 by Ten Speed Press. 128 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction
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Library Journal

Excellent
Reviewed by LISA CAMPBELL on Apr 19 2012

Sure to be popular, this straightforward book makes it easy to achieve consistent, delicious results. Fruit flavors (e.g., Rhubarb & Jasmine, Corn & Blackberry...

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North Jersey

Excellent
Reviewed by SUSAN LEIGH SHERRILL on Aug 01 2012

Ice pops are not inherently hard to make; the genius of the book is the seasonal flavor combinations in the recipes: spring — strawberries...

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Time Out Chicago

Excellent
Reviewed by Julia Kramer on Jun 04 2012

The formula for the recipes in the book is not especially hard to grapple with. You take a fruit (or in rare cases, a vegetable), and to it you add a little sugar (usually in the form of simple syrup) and maybe some acid (like lemon juice).

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