AC Food Fight: Frozen Pops

A cold piece of work

This year's constant downpours may be more suitable for discovering your inner goth than pulling out the Coppertone, but even the mopiest moper can smile for a Popsicle. With several local makers, Austin is well on its way to being a paleta-topia. But whose frozen treat is at the top of the pops? A trip to In.gredients and a craft night later, we find out in the Austin Chronicle Food Fight.

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