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Someone was looking for maple syrup or sugar recipes. I looked thru my Frugal Gourmet Cooks American and found some maple recipes. Ill post the more interesting ones here. The first one is the one I remembered that sent me looking. Ill include some of Smiths remarks. "This wonderful winter treat goes back to the very first days of sugaring. The sap was cooked down to sypru stage, and then, as a special treat for the children who helped with the loading of the sap, the syrup was reduced a bit further and then poured into the snow. It would harden immediately, giving one the most delightful and chewy candy, candy with that clean and natural maple taste....You can do the same thing easily. Place a pint or two of real maple syrup in a small saucepan and bring it to a light boil. Using a candy thermometer, reduce the syrup until you reach 270 deg. The syrup has now reached the soft ball stage and can be drizzled into the snow....If that is not possible, drizzle the syrup on a cold cookie sheet from the refrigerator. The candy will not keep more than a day or two." Posted to EAT-L Digest 09 Jan 97 From: Julie Sterchi
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