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To us, the flavor of Mount Cabot Maple never gets old. That said, a sugar maker can get burnt out on the standard maple go tos: buttermilk pancakes, waffles and all their breakfast relatives.  That’s why we’d like to dedicate this space to the wide world of maple recipes that use our pet ingredient. Maple syrup is an incredibly versatile sweetener and the smooth flavor of our syrup has the ability to enhance the subtler characteristics of many dishes. So get creative.  A touch of our organic maple syrup can make an old and tired recipe glow with a new layers of flavor. Hopefully this page will serve as an inspiration to step away from the pancakes and let your culinary imagination run wild.
 

BEVERAGES

Easy-Sangria-3Maple Sangria

Maple Sweet Tea

Maple Lincoln Sidecar

Maple Coffee

 


SNACKS

FullSizeRenderMaple Cinnamon Spice Kale Chips

Maple Snack Mix

Maple Bread and Butter Pickles

Maple Granola 


MAIN DISHES

Maple-Bacon-Beer-Burgers-01_miniMaple Dijon Chicken Thighs

Maple and Bacon Burgers

Maple Baked Beans

Slow Cooker Maple Pulled Pork

Maple and Soy Glazed Salmon


DESSERTS

Blueberry Buckle 500Adalaide’s Maple Cream Pie

Heidi’s Maple Cheesecake

Maple Blueberry Buckle

Maple Walnut Sugar Cookies

Maple Sundae

Maple Cream Dipped Strawberries


CONDIMENTS

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Blueberries Au Citron

Darren Sweet’s Marinade

Anne Jackson’s Maple Vinaigrette

How to tap a maple tree

One of the coolest things about sugaring is how simple it is at heart. Whether you have 10 trees or 10,000 the process is basically the same: tap your trees, collect the sap, and boil it down until it’s reduced down to maple syrup. How you collect and boil sap can look pretty different depending on the […]

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Whats so special about sugar maples?

Its only the beginning of Februrary, but all our trees are tapped, our lines are (mostly) repaired and we are only a few projects away from being ready for sugar season. As the trees lie dormant in the woods just before the season, its often hard to believe that in a few short weeks, a […]

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A January thaw and tapping has begun!

We rang in the new year with our drill bits sharpened and our hammers at the ready! In the past few years we’ve spent January and most of February hustling to get major tubing installations done before the season and put off tapping (arguably the most important task in sugaring) until the season is biting […]

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THE ROAD TO SUGAR SEASON

We wait for it all year, but now, as sugar season approaches, we wonder where all the time went!  Last fall, we acquired a new 60 acre parcel of beautiful, mature maples directly adjacent to our existing sugarbush. The new woods are pristine, and would have any sugar maker drooling.  We’ve been hard at work since […]

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