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East Park Pops puts Watermelon Pineapple, Toasted Coconut in your hot little hands

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(From left, Raspberry Pineapple, Watermelon Pineapple, experimental fruit in pear ice number)

At $2.75 a pop I wouldn't lavish East Park Pops, covered in today's Out to Eat column, on those who would honestly prefer a Popsicle dyed a neon blue color not found in nature. I'd save them for me. I mean, people who would appreciate hunks of fresh pineapple suspended in watermelon ice. (They're available at Delish on Amherst Street.)

Heidi Freedman's confections were so lovely I wanted to share photos, since the newspaper version is black-and-white (photos by Sharon Cantillon):

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The clear ice is an experimental pear flavor, Freedman said, and that's Toasted Coconut at two o'clock.

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