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Meet the hottest ices in town: 50 artisanal ice pops, lovingly made with fresh fruit and bursting with spices, herbs, coffee, chocolate, and nuts! Along with their unique recipes, authors Nadia and Cesar Roden—an aunt-and-nephew team—give fun techniques for working with molds, choosing sticks, creating stripes and swirls, suspending ingredients, and adding decorations. The lusciously lickable treats include Lemon and Ginger, Drenched Watermelon, Sweet Sherry & Raisin, Butterscotch, Minted Milk, Vietnamese Coffee, and (for the purist) a simple, delicious Chocolate.
Nadia Roden has won awards in both the visual and culinary arts. In 2011, her imaginative ice pops created a sensation in New York, leading O, The Oprah Magazine to dub Nadia "The Ice Princess." She has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show and in Food & Wine magazine and VogueEntertaining, among others. Roden was nominated for a Gourmand Award for her first book, Granita Magic (Artisan/Workman). Roden designs textiles, ceramics, and art pieces for the Metropolitan Opera in New York, and makes short animated films, which have been shown at film festivals worldwide and on US public television. For more information about Nadia, visit nadiaroden.com. She lives in New York, NY.
Cesar Roden has been at the forefront of the street-food revolution in Britain, where he launched Ice Kitchen carts in 2013—an instant hit. For more information, visit icekitchen.co.uk.