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Apr192010

Cool on a Stick

Yesterday morning, Cold Spring got even more amazing when my friend Lynn Miller and her lovely husband Greg opened The Pop Shop on Main Street.  Anne and I walked down there this morning to wish them well and partake of their fantastic foodstuffs. 

Lynn and Greg are the creators of Go-Go Pops, the most delicious frozen fruit pop you can possibly imagine.  The pops are all natural and handmade right here in Cold Spring.  Lynn and Greg use local fruit when possible and use environmentally sound practices at every level of their production and packaging processes.  But all that virtue would be for naught if the pops weren't scrumptious.  Here are some of their mouthwatering flavors:

Juicy Pops
Grape-Kiwi
Watermelon
Pineapple-Orange
Cucumber-Chili
Banana-Strawberry
Honeydew-Lemongrass
Lime Mojito
Lemon-Rosemary
Orange-Tamarind
Cantaloupe-Ginger
Raspberry

Creamy Pops
Guava
Chocolate-Ancho
Orange Cream
Banana Cream
Wild Blueberry-Lemon (my favorite)
Cherry Chunk
Cappuccino
Peaches & Cream
Banana Pudding
Strawberry

Power Pops (made with Go-Go Boosters like protein, ginseng, and bee pollen)
Flower Power
Banana-Chocolate
Blueberry Buttermilk
Pineapple-Orange
Chocolate Cherry
Banana-Strawberry

I first tasted a Go-Go Pop at Cold Spring's Farmers Market a couple of years ago.  Since then, it's a rare week that goes by without our indulging in a treat from the Millers' stand.  Besides the Pops, Lynn makes terrific baked goods like Cheddar-Dill Scones, Raspberry-Cream Cheese Breakfast Pastries, and (my favorite) Lemon-Iced Gingerbread Cupcakes.  They also specialize in all kinds of organic, fair-trade coffee. 

And now I don't have to wait for Saturdays for a Go-Go fix!  Come on over, friends, and I'll treat you to the best frozen treat you've ever put in your mouth.

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Reader Comments (8)

Well as if Cold Spring's Main Street wasn't already perfect! I love it! I don't know how you can even choose a favorite from that list! (And is that bike in the window up for a raffle prize or something? Cause I want that too.)

April 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJenna Consolo

too bad they melt if not I'd ask you to ship some :p

April 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGoofball

Looks like a great little town with yummy treats to keep everyone happy! I just love it when a small private business does something well and gets a following. Cool (bad accidental pun)!

April 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKazzy

Oh my...heaven on a stick, yes? What I wouldn't give to come visit and wander the streets of your lovely town!

April 20, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKimberly

I obviously need to visit.

Now.

But wait.

You're coming here!

Happy traveling!

(I still need to come visit.)

April 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEowyn

I imagine that, given the nature of the product, shipping to TN is out of the question. Pity. Those look and sound sublime.

April 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBraden

Mmmm, those sound so good. Do they do shipping??

PS: It was a treat to meet you @ LDStorymakers!! Just wish the conference allowed more time to talk!!

April 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterTerresa Wellborn

My creamie is pathetic by comparison. I am now craving those fabulous-sounding lemon-iced gingerbread cupcakes.

April 27, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercharrette

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