Tag Archives: maple syrup


Fudge It!

Maple season is the perfect time to whip up a batch of melt-in-your-mouth Maple Pecan Fudge Continue reading

Maple Fun at the Sugar Shack

  By Stephen Johnson March typically means one thing for our family – a trip to a cabane à sucre (sugar shack) for maple syrup and yummy pancakes! We had been to many of the sugar shacks on the Ontario … Continue reading

Maple Syrup: What’s Not to Love?

It’s that time of year. It’s not quite spring but it’s not quite winter and we’re experiencing the best – and the worst – of both worlds.

How can we make the best of this situation? Two golden words my friends: maple syrup. It’s mesmerizing – the way it flows, smells, looks, tastes. How versatile it is as a food. It can be enjoyed on fresh snow or on piping hot-off-the stove top pancakes. Continue reading

Pour Maple Syrup On It….

Just about Anything’s Better with a Spoonful (or 10) of Maple Syrup Continue reading

Real Maple Syrup

If you’re still buying Aunt Jemima’s butter flavor “maple syrup” it’s time to stop because there’s nothing local, natural or nutritious about it. Make the switch to real maple syrup that’s produced in Ontario and 100 percent natural and healthy! Continue reading

Sweet workshop

What could be sweeter than maple season? Enjoy an annual family tradition by heading to the local sugar bushes and enjoying a pancake breakfast or two. You can also sign up for the Backyard Sugar Baker’s Workshop at Fulton’s Sugar Bush.

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The Canadian, Eh?

Mmmmmm… The Canadian Hits The Spot

Sweetened with Maple Syrup, Hot and Potent, The Canadian is the Perfect Drink for Grown-Ups to Enjoy and Salute the Start of March Break Continue reading

Toddler in the Backseat

by Stephen Johnson

Sweet Travels on a Spring Day; enjoying the treats and fun at a sugar bush

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