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Maple Walnut Pie

Along with molasses, maple syrup (or sugar) is the sweetener of choice in old-time New England recipes. Cold nights and warm days make the sap start to flow, and buckets appear on trees all over the landscape. Small producers, those making just enough for family and friends, still harvest sap the traditional way, with metal (or even wooden) taps and buckets. Large producers snake miles of plastic tubing through the woods, tapping into each tree and funneling the sap directly to the sugar…

from The View from Great Island

Maple Cream (or Maple Butter)

You won't believe how you can transform plain maple syrup into a creamy spread in just a couple of easy steps!

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from Canadian Living

Maple syrup 101 and sweet maple syrup recipes

Page 2 - Learn about the long-running Canadian tradition of sweet maple syrup in its various forms and put this year's harvest to use in our 4 new maple syrup recipes.

from ouroneacrefarm.com

How to Make Maple Syrup II: Boiling, filtering, canning, color, and flavor -

Make your own maple syrup! Part I explained how to identify the trees and collect the sap, and this part details how to boil off the sap, and how to filter and can the syrup. Also covers info on color and flavor. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post543597&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

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from tapmytrees.com

Making Maple Syrup is Educational

Maple Sugaring at Home is Educational - Maple sugaring (making maple syrup) at home offers many learning opportunities. Here are my favorite...

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from Crumb: A Food Blog

Spiced Maple Manhattan

Spiced Maple Manhattan: A spiced maple syrup gives this old-school cocktail a spicy new twist.