Hi! I'm Jaymes. I have the popsicle stand at the Farmer's Market (feel free to come by and say hi, even if you don't want a pop). I've lived in Davis since 2002. I consider Orlando, FL my hometown and Baton Rouge, LA is where I had an amazing childhood. I love the Davis Wiki and figured it's about time I did some contributing too. So here's my start!
2008-01-29 23:45:55 Jaymes! How are you? —ElleWeber
2008-01-31 22:23:52 Jaymes makes more than popsicles, although Aisu Pop is locally famous for good reason. I expect he'll let the Wiki world know when he's got another public gig, and if you ever have a chance to eat other foods he's made, I recommend you take it! —DougWalter
2008-03-17 22:02:10 although i haven't tried the Popsicles yet, I once walked home from school and had a cup of your wonderful soup, which had a subtle lemon grass flavor and various mushrooms and basil, it was excellent. Its starting to get hot, so that should mean i will frequenting the popsicles soon. —MattHh
2008-03-25 19:25:11 ooh lime is like one of my favorite flavors, so the kafir lime is definetly going to be my first try. Perhaps next wednesday when school starts :). —MattHh
2008-07-11 13:51:46 Check out the 60s Jan & Dean song Popsicle Truck—GarySaylin
2008-07-17 18:04:59 WHOO!!! I love popsicles! —EricWilliamWong
2008-09-01 21:00:48 Okay, of course, we all love Jaymes's popsicles and breakfast sandwiches at Farmers' Market. However, this weekend Kara and I were delighted to have him cater a brunch for 40 people at our house. And, everything was marvelous and an absolute joy to us, and our friends and family from around the country that joined us. Thank you Jaymes! —ScottLay
2009-05-11 15:26:40 I LOVE your Farmer's Market sandwiches. LOVE them. Could I interview you for my blog about sandwiches some time? —ifoundthistape
2010-01-20 16:58:58 Hi I saw the article featuring you in the Sac News & Review today. Sounds like good work that you are doing in Davis. Although, I haven't been over that way to try a pop or sandwich as of yet, it comes highly recommended. It was a funny thing this past Thanksgiving when I drove down two passengers (1 UCDavis student & 1 S.F. Bay traveler (off of Craigslist))to L.A.and a big part of our conversation was of a man named Jaymes with the yummy popsicles. Just wanted to let you know that you have a very good reputation going.
All the Best
Lisa Now in Sac —rumor
2010-12-01 21:13:22 will you marry me?? —Hyungmi