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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda tells us all about the origins and uses of maple syrup.
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plastic tubing, central vats, evaporators, poured over a cup of fresh snow or ice, it immediately hardens and turns into a sticky candy, amber color, later season, darker color, more concentrated flavor of maple, homemade syrup, baking syrup, standard pie crust with two eggs and a tablespoon of flour, add a half cup of heavy cream and a cup of maple syrup, bake it for about 25 to 30 minutes, served with creme fresh of lightly whipped cream, special winter treat, maple sugar, British flapjacks, oatmeal cookie, Irish soda bread, cookbooks, Doreena Allen, Irish Traditional Cooking, Doreena Allen's Forgotten Skills of Cooking: The Time Honored Ways Are The Best, foraging, making butter, keeping chickens, growing vegetables, sustainable farming, responsible eating, butter milk, the Julia Child of Ireland, Rachel Allen, Favorite Food At Home: Delicious Comfort Food From Ireland's Most Famous Chef,


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