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Sour Cherry Popsicles » The Tart Tart

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  1. Michelle @ Hummingbird High July 24, 2014 at 12:49 pm · Reply

    Sour cherry popsicles!!! I just drooled a little bit over here. Congrats on your 2 year blogiversary!

  2. cynthia July 24, 2014 at 1:30 pm · Reply

    Linda, you slay me with your writing every time — I love this so, so, SO much! The fetters of childhood, wearing rules like chain mail, I just want to savor every phrase and tuck it away for my own inspiration the next time I sit down to write a post. It’s a rare beauty when a blog feels like the kind of novel you prop your feet up on the front porch to read, and when the words are just as beautiful as the recipes and photos. Love.

    Happy happy blog birthday, and yes, so incredibly thankful to have met you this summer! You are a gem.

  3. Sara @ Cake Over Steak July 24, 2014 at 1:32 pm · Reply

    Woo hoo!! Happy belated blog birthday and it was sooooooo nice meeting you! xoxoxo

  4. Lindsey July 24, 2014 at 4:16 pm · Reply

    i would never be able to be as eloquent as cynthia, so i’m just going to say ditto to her comment! and looking forward to seeing the cookbook you shot, i’m sure it’s a beaut! so happy to meet your acquaintance earlier this month, and look forward to future hangs!

    and a big, YUP! to sour cherry pops!

  5. Kristy @ She Eats July 24, 2014 at 6:14 pm · Reply

    Oh girl! Happy blog birthday!! It’s such an accomplishment and the fact that you’ve wrapped a cookbook in that time is amazing! Though not really because YOU are amazing. I’m super excited for you!

    PS. No lies. Freshman 15? Heck yes. Plus 5. Solidarity girl ;)

  6. Phillip || SouthernFATTY.com July 24, 2014 at 6:33 pm · Reply

    I would gladly put on another freshman fifteen for these! Love a slightly sour sweet treat.

  7. Sini | my blue&white kitchen July 25, 2014 at 3:47 am · Reply

    Happy 2 years of blogging, sweet Linda!! The Tart Tart totally is one of my most favorite places on the internet and I never leave without being inspired. Also, congrats on finishing your first cookbook shoot! Major. Your photography is truly wonderful; you have the talent to not only capture the food itself but also the mood in such a grand way. Just like these popsicles. So gorgeous! Every year it frustrates me how hard it is to find sour cherries here in Finland. The climate would be quite perfect for them but I just think people don’t really understand their beauty. Luckily I have a dear friend whose parents have a sour cherry tree growing in their front yard. This post was a good reminder for me to give a call to her and ask if the cherries are ready to be picked. I could make jam, pie, and these popsicles…

  8. Kate @ ¡Hola! Jalapeño July 25, 2014 at 7:41 am · Reply

    Those are some of the purtiest popsicles I’ve ever seen! Sound pretty amazing too!

  9. myriam July 25, 2014 at 10:18 am · Reply

    Your writing is just so beautiful!

  10. Beth @ Tasty Yummies July 25, 2014 at 11:55 am · Reply

    These are just gorgeous!! Happy Blog Birthday!! What a great way to celebrate.

  11. Kathryn July 25, 2014 at 2:45 pm · Reply

    Happy two years! I’m so in awe of what you’ve achieved here and your overflowing talent. You really deserve all of the success that you’re having and I’m so thrilled for you.

  12. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar July 25, 2014 at 4:58 pm · Reply

    Love that you used sour cherries in these! So yummy!

  13. Ambar July 27, 2014 at 12:02 pm · Reply

    I love that your using real fruit!

  14. Brianne July 27, 2014 at 3:32 pm · Reply

    It’s so embarrassing to me that I grew up so close to the land of sour cherries, and yet I’ve never tried them. My mom vacations in the heart of sour cherry land every year now, and she’s not even into them. MOM! Why?? I don’t even know where I would look for sour cherries up here. I don’t even want to eat them unless I’m home and I know they came from close by. But they are something I dream about very intensely for a very short while in the summer. You know what else is on that list? Currants. I don’t even know where they come from, but they are beautiful, they’re all over Instagram, and I want some.

    I do hope you enjoyed your trip up to Maine! Next time, yes, we must meet! And oh my gosh, congratulations on shooting a book! Your photos are so stunning; it will be so great to see them printed and bound!

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