Tag Archives: Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup Butter

Let’s keep things simple, shall we? It’s the last day of January, a bit damp and drizzly around about these parts (verging on icy, but, let us skip that for now). Let us, instead, think about good things; things like … Continue reading

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Maple Pecan Cream Cheese

It was a beautiful autumn Sunday morning, and we had absolutely nothing planned for the day… well, except for Rich to prepare for two weeks of bidness travel; so, I resolved to take a bit of the sting of his … Continue reading

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Maple Marinated Ribs

Rich came across an interesting looking recipe for maple marinated chicken and ribs. It was posted by Nigella Lawson, one of our very favorite food persons, so I thought it’s be a great and good deal to serve for friends, … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Roll French Toast

Consider this for your next feast day breakfast: cinnamon rolls (y’know, the ones that come in a tube in the dairy case) baked into a French Toast casserole of ooey-gooey goodness with added eggs and milk and maple syrup and … Continue reading

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Maple Syrup Crème Brûlée

This week’s Food for Thought quote comes to us from Ambrose Bierce, who was, apparently, not a fan of custard. I thought the custard my mom would make when I was a kid a fine dessert, but given the choice … Continue reading

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Sausage Muffins With Maple Syrup Butter

So, YEH. This is a thing: home made muffins with cooked breakfast sausage added that really taste kinda like pancakes and sausage. The original recipe, provided by the very nice folk at centercutcook.com, called for serving these tasty little muffins … Continue reading

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Maple Marinated Chicken

The original version of this recipe, from Nigella Lawson, called for using a dozen each bone-in chicken thighs and pork spare ribs (you’re gonna wanna cut the ribs into individual pieces), a couple of gallon sized zipper bags for marinating, … Continue reading

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Maple Mustard ‘Vinaigrette’

I am calling this a vinaigrette because the folk who posted the original version I based mine on did, and… firstly, let me apologize, because I did not note from where I got the original concept. OK, that out of … Continue reading

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Parfait! Maple Roasted Bacon

Crispity, crunchy, and nicely chewy; bacon, seasoned with garlic and other tasty stuff, , roasted on a rack in a foil-lined pan in a hot oven, then brushed with a bit of good maple syrup to finish it all beautifully. … Continue reading

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Maple & Dijon Marinated Pork Belly

I know, I’ve been doing a lot of pork belly ever since I discovered that Trader Joe’s carries it in easy to handle 12 ounce pre-cooked packages – which saves hours of tedious simmering/braising/what have you before you can get … Continue reading

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