Maple Sugar

Maple sugar is a traditional sweetener in the northeastern United States and Canada, prepared from the sap of the sugar maple tree.

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Maple Sugar - Uses
... It is today used to flavor some maple products and can be used as an alternative to cane sugar ... Maple sugar is about twice as sweet as standard granulated sugar ...
Lac Unique, New Brunswick - Maple Sugar Camp
... Lac Unique is most notable for its maple sugar camp ... employees, it is not large by normal standards, but large in the sense that it produces maple sugar products used throughout northwestern New Brunswick and northern Maine ... the facility and observe the "sugaring off" of maple sap visitors are permitted almost unlimited samples of freshly refined syrup poured over snow and then rolled up on ...
Stamford Museum And Nature Center - Events and Offerings - Annual Events - Maple Sugar Festival Weekend
... Each March, the SM NC revives the New England pastime of maple sugaring during the Maple Sugar Festival Weekend ... can view tree tapping, sap collecting, and taste the sweet maple sugar that ushers in the annual agricultural awakening ... include scavenger hunts, storytellers, face painting, maple-themed crafts, pancake brunch and a Chef’s Cook-off Challenge ...
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - Educational Opportunities - Public Programs
... Maple Sugar Time For two weeks every spring, you can experience the making Maple Sugar ... You'll see how the Indians gathered the sap and learn maple trees, and pioneer sugaring ... Visit the sugar shack to watch the sap boil down into maple sugar and syrup ...

Famous quotes containing the words sugar and/or maple:

    There is no sugar cane that is sweet at both ends.
    Chinese proverb.

    Once they came on a maple in a glade,
    Standing alone with smooth arms lifted up,
    And every leaf of foliage she’d worn
    Laid scarlet and pale pink about her feet.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)