Fig and Clementine Port Wine Popsicles ~ This week I’m setting aside the stemware and serving port wine on a stick.
I wonder if there is a sommelier somewhere ready to launch his or her spittoon at me. Maybe. But I’m guessing after one quick lick the idea won’t seem quite so wrong.
The picture above is what I call“The Aftermath”. I thought it might be fun to share what things look like after the shots. See the half peeled, peeled, sliced and whole tangerines? I tried to fit them in the picture but just couldn’t get it to look right. As for the figs, the insides weren’t ripe enough to photograph, so those didn’t make it. Same with the broken popsicle that didn’t make it out of the form in its entirety. Basically there’s always rejects and extra “food/props” that are ready as back up, so that if things start to wither and wilt I can quickly replace it with fresh looking stand-ins. Then there are times when somethings are left out completely because I can’t make it work. ie. the tangerines. Hopefully, this whole photography bit will get easier with experience. And in case you’re wondering, what happens to the “extras” most of the time it’s eaten. The other times, like anything else in my fridge, it goes bad before I can get to it.
Hit the jump on over to Endless Simmer for post and recipe write-up on these Fig and Clementine Port Wine Popsicles.
Figs are my all time favorite fruit, I think. I hope to see more fig recipes!
Figs are such delicious bite. I always have some dried ones at home and recently I saw some fresh ones in the market too. This looks absolutely perfect!
What na incredible combo!
Blog is the New Black says
These look amazing!!!
Maris(In Good Taste) says
Fantastic combination and really great photos
Brian @ A Thought For Food says
I think I’ve already mentioned a billion times that I love these popsicles and this one is no different. LOVE, ADORE, WANT TO DEVOUR!
La Petite Gigi says
Umm…this looks AMAZINGGGGGG! I wish I had seen this earlier so I could’ve featured it on my own blog! Love love.
Loving these just like I’m loving the rest of them in your series.
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