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Michigan Maple Syrup, Grade A - 1 quart
Item #: SWS104
Our Price: $25.00
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100% Michigan Maple Syrup, Grade A - 1 quart
Michigan maple syrup is a true American food. Maple syrup has been produced in Michigan for hundreds, maybe even thousand of years. Native Americans were already producing maple syrup long before the first Europeans arrived on this continent.

Michigan's still-abundant growth of maple trees, spread throughout the entire state, makes Michigan one of the biggest maple syrup producers in the country.

What is Maple Syrup?
Maple syrup is a concentrated form of the sweet sap of the maple tree. Since Federal law prohibits any additives in maple syrup, it truly is 100% natural.

Maple syrup is for more than just pancakes and waffles! Try pure Michigan maple syrup on fruit, hot cereal, granola, yogurt, squash & sweet potatoes. Use it in sauces, or as a glaze on meat or poultry and as a topping for desserts and ice cream.

The delicious possibilities of maple syrup are endless!


Product of Michigan

1 quart jug








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Pork Loin Chops with Peppered Maple-Mustard Glaze
Good maple syrup is much, much more than just a topping for pancakes and waffles. The deep, rich flavor of dark amber Michigan maple syrup and tart apples add sweetness to tender, succulent pork loin chops. Dry mustard and mustard seed contribute their distinctive tang while a generous spike of fresh black pepper provides heat.
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Maple-Oat Scones with Bourbon Smoked Sugar
Our Maple-Oat Scones combine some of the best features of both traditional British scones and non-traditional American-style scones. Sweet enough to enjoy without jam or preserves (but go ahead anyway), they get a boost of flavor from that most American of sweetening agents, pure maple syrup. One final touch – Bourbon Smoked Sugar – puts the flavor and crisp, crackly texture of these scones right over the top.
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Mushroom & Pine Nut Cornbread with Cranberry-Maple Butter
Cornbread has a robust taste and texture that is great on its own, but which also makes it very adaptable to other flavors. Since mushrooms are generally in abundant supply at Earthy Delights (and their earthy flavor is very simpático with that of corn), we naturally had to try our hand at making a version of cornbread with mushrooms. As expected, the addition of mushrooms made the cornbread moist and flavorful, yet yielded a toothsome, slightly chewy texture and crisp crust. With pine nuts and rosemary contributing a woodsy note, and a generous slather of easy-to-make Cranberry-Maple butter melting over the top, you’ve got an instant classic on your hands.
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Maple-Glazed Button Chanterelle Mushrooms
This simple recipe does nothing more than enhance the naturally good flavor of chanterelles. This is my favorite kind of recipe: it's very easy to prepare, but it tastes like a rare gourmet treat. A little pure maple syrup heightens the sweet, fruity aroma and flavor of the chanterelle - just the right counterpoint to the "bite" of fresh black pepper.

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