Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
You've got sap! Now what?! How to process your sap into syrup DIY style. How to collect, boil it down and get it on some pancakes!
How do you tap those maples...click here to find out and discover what REAL maple syrup tastes like!
Blueberries preserved in maple syrup: perfect for topping a stack of pancakes or drizzling over yogurt & granola.
Harvesting your backyard maple tree sap and making syrup is extremely easy. You just need a few simple pieces of equipment, a 12" diameter or larger maple tree, and the right weather.
The ultimate "terroir" beer - this beer is brewed using local maple sap. It's a strong Scotch ale, known as a wee heavy. Quite strong, and very malty, yet smooth and pleasing to drink.
4 days of maple syrup making in beautiful Vermont, that included a home boil and tours of two sugarhouses!
Making Maple Syrup is a great American pastime. Follow along as Cody Dueul shows you how.
A new take on bittering - smashing with rum and whiskey.
Making maple syrup on our urban homestead and what we're learning.
The infusion of sweet botanicals is extremely simple. Dried herbs and fragrant flowers will willingly release their active ingredients and soothing aromas when allowed to marry with things like maple syrup, honey, oils or alcohol. Read on...