We are sold year around at:
Pusateri’s Yorkville; Avenue Road + Bayview Village
Whole Foods Market Yorkville, Unionville, Oakville + Mississauga
You can now pick up your favorite Augie’s Ice Pops in the warmer months
at these fine retail boutiques/restaurant:
Dufflet (beach location 1917 Queen St. East) www.dufflet.com
Le Dolce at 1006 Dundas St. West www.ledolci.com http://www.ledolci.com/
Maizal (quesadilla cafe) 133 Jefferson Ave.
69 Vintage tuck shop on 198 Walnut Street www.69vintage.com
Tealish 728 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M6J 1E8 (416) 203-3301 www.tealish.com
Melt the heart of someone you love with some uberscrumptious Ice Pops!!
Our Valentines’ Flavours include Fresh Strawberry+ Basil+ Lemon+Balsamic;
Tart Cherry + Lime+ Ginger; and a surprise -5 spice Chocolate Milk Bar !
Come visit us this weekend at EVERGREEN BRICKWORKS Market–SATURDAY 9am-1pm (off of the Bayview extension south
of Pottery Road) and Monday 3-7pm at Sorauren Market (South of Dundas st. w. off of Sorauren Ave)
Augie’s Gourmet Ice Pops is producing delicious, handmade, Farmers’ Market soups for the winter season.
Here’s a GREAT holiday idea: A real estate friend just bought 40 1-liter jars, packaged to order and labeled with her name on the front as gifts for her clients. At $10 a jar (retail $12), totally personalized (if you want), it’s a great gift! Is there someone on your Christmas list who’d appreciate a very special soup made with love? (Ice Pops are always available too, made to order)
Orders for quantity (over 10 liters) accepted until Friday Dec. 16, 2011. Free Delivery in the GTA.
Again, have a safe and merry holiday season and I look forward to seeing you in the new year!
CURRENT SOUP FLAVOURS: we have Black bean + chipotle (very mild); Red lentil, bacon + apple; Roasted parsnip + honey crisp apple; Jerusalem artichoke + pear; Shiitake mushroom + sage; pasta bean + bacon; Spicy Roasted Pumpkin
Where to pick up our Pops & Soups?
From May to October you can buy ICE POPS; November-April you can buy SOUP: at the Sorauren Farmer’s Market on Mondays from 3-7pm (Sorauren Park-south of Dundas street, off of Sorauren Ave.); Saturday morning 8am-1pm at Evergreen Brick Works Farmer’s Market. (Thank you to Ayal Dinner @ Sorauren and Marina Queirolo@ Evergreen for taking a chance on us. It’s made all the difference). Also ice pops sold at Salad King Restaurant on Yonge St., just north of Dundas on the west side (2nd floor) . OUT of Season orders: Give us a call (minimum orders) 416-766-0791.
OKay kids, Exciting new treat for the holiday season. Eggnog popsicles? Candy Cane popsicles? sign me up!!!
Minimum order 3 dozen @ 2.50 each……email me from the contact page or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come visit Augie’s Gourmet Ice Pops at the Delicious Food Show this weekend Thursday thru Sunday at the Better Living Building CNE booth 902
We’re just near (to the left as you come in) the entrance at BOOTH 902!
See you there!!
Latest News: The fun, delicious, fast and friendly Salad King Restaurant on Yonge Street just north of Dundas is offering AUGIE’s Gourmet Ice Pops on their take-away dessert menu!!! Qu’elle excitement )
We are producing four flavours for them: one will be their signature–the mandarin lemon + ginger. As well, a honeydew, basil, lime, cucumber + lemongrass; Watermelon, lemon + mint; and the instant classic: Grapefruit, ginger + lime. Good luck little pops! I hope you fly out there in the big world ))
We’ve officially been invited to stay for the rest of the season at Evergreen Brickworks Market–every saturday morning from 8am to 1pm. We’re delighted to be able to be there. It’s so beautiful and well organized –much thanks to Marina Queirolo for her support and efforts to keep us at the EBW market!! yippee!!
Shuttle Bus info –http://ebw.evergreen.ca/visit/bus/shuttle-bus-schedule/
SEE YOU at the Markets! (Mondays at Sorauren Market 3-7pm see other post under latest news)
Come get a 6 pack of deliciousness on monday evenings at Sorauren Farmer’s Market which is in Sorauren Park, in the city’s westend. It is south of Dundas St. west and just off of Sorauren Avenue at Wabash Ave. Lots of amazing food, fruit, veggies, music, dogs and children. It makes me happy just to be there. Hope to see you too.
What an amazing event Saturday at the Distillery District. Suresh Doss pulled off a massive Food Truck inspired afternoon filled with beautiful music and yummy eats. I grabbed a lobster slider at 10:45 before the crowds descended but after that it was madness…no time to nosh.
We had so many people come up to talk to us about the Toronto Star Article (Jennifer Bain, the TStar writer dropped by too); as well as some decidedly pregnant women claimed to be our biggest fans after trying our fruitbomb ice pops. It didn’t hurt that it was a hot hot hot and sunny day yesterday and that the Fresh Ontario Strawberries are in season (props to Wittamore’s and Bizjak Farms): we freeze them up with basil, lemon thyme and lemon juice and zest.
Great to see some old friends from Mildred Pierce Restaurant: Claire + Gideon Naf (gorgeous and wonderful folk) and Steven Shieffeld and his wife (they are moving to Caymen Islands, lucky things) and some newer friends: Eric (thanks for the croissants!), Dan and Joan, Tracey, Nicole, David and Peter; Dana Gudelis and friend….and lots other folks. A wonderful day all around. My husband Melville was a trooper. Not a food guy by trade or nature, he fights the good fight beside me.
We were located beside Jeff Hopgood and his smoked chicken croquettes, and the Simple Seafood people with their lobster sliders and fish tacos. Joshna Maharaj was serving up some beautiful Kulfi with fresh strawberries one booth over. What a lovely woman. I was reading about her work in bringing good food to hospitals. She’s an inspiration.
The best part was the enthusiasm of the people — foodies who are willing to wait in line for a little something delicious are my kind of people. A great vibe, and lots of positive energy in the distillery yesterday. A thousand thank-you’s to Suresh and his partner Nina, who have obviously worked tirelessly to get this effort rolling. August 20th — can’t wait!!– here we come!! i am gonna get around to eat more delights this time!!
Jennifer Bain wrote a very nice piece on the phenomenon of gourmet popsicles and on Augie’s Gourmet Ice Pops in wednesday june 29th’s Living/Food section. Check out the article on Augie’s Gourmet Ice Pops.
Many thanks to Sandra Smith, of Sandra Smith Design for helping me with the website.