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  1. #11
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    1-Maple syrup with cinnamon stick
    2-Oat meal
    3-Milk
    Works for me

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by MapleMark753 View Post
    Hey, this is good, I'ma try some/all of these. On the pudding one, whats the consistency supposed to end up like?
    And, maple coated cashews with a bit of salt sounds pretty good too.
    Figures, the man with the phd comes up with the prize winner in like two seconds...lol...but i do bet its tasty.
    take care, Mark
    The pudding has a consistancy of cake on top with caramel on bottom. Best served warm
    Steve

    2017
    2x8 Mason drop tube evaporator
    420 Taps
    3 surflo pumps on 5/16
    79 gallons of syrup made
    2016
    New kitchen addition to sap house
    400 taps
    52 gallons syrup made

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    Grand Peres
    1)Maple Syrup
    2)Busquick
    3)Milk

    Dilute 1L of syrup 50/50 with water, put in 6qt saucepan with cover and bring to boil
    Mix Bisquick w milk to form thick dumpling dough.
    Drop large dollops (at least 2 heaping tablespoons) into boiling syrup. Add dollops until surface is covered. Place cover on pot, turn temp down to low and cook for 20 minutes ( do NOT remove lid during this time).
    Check dumplings are cooked through, if necessary cook a little longer.
    Spoon dumplings with sauce into bowl and enjoy!
    2019 - 62 taps on buckets, 95L syrop from 3215L sap
    2018 - 62 taps, collecting by hand, 90L syrop from 3200L sap
    2017 - Lapierre Waterloo Small mini pro with 40 taps, only up and running mid March so missed most of season!
    2014 - 2016 40 taps making one or two batches on a 2x6 flat pan over an open arch as it would have been done in 1900

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    Quote Originally Posted by berkshires View Post
    Usually when I do maple nuts, I have to stir really hard, and sometimes for quite a while, to get the syrup to harden. If I did this with popcorn instead of nuts the popcorn would be broken up into tiny bits. How do you avoid this?
    Fold, not stir.
    42.82N
    2015 - Small operation. 25 buckets. One excited 5 year old and one 35 year old that feels 5 again.
    2016 - One year older. New Homemade 2x4 Arch, Smoky Lake Pan and looking at 52 maples, 17 box elders and 2 walnut trees.
    2017 - Shurflo 4008 hooked to 42 stingy silver maples and a few Norways. A couple buckets on sugars and Norways. 10 box elders.
    2018 - ...a few more taps.
    2019 - ...more taps on 3/16 gravity. This spiral is heading downward in a hurry.
    2020 - 4x400 RO (uh-oh!)

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