BLiS Bourbon Barrel Maple Syrup - 375 ml
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BLiS Bourbon Barrel Matured Pure Maple Syrup is Grade A dark amber pure maple syrup aged in specially selected 12-18 year old single barrel bourbon casks. The barrels are carefully agitated until the honey, charred oak, vanilla and spice notes are imparted into the maple syrup syrup for a pure, one-of-a-kind natural flavor. Bourbon Barrel takes maple syrup to new heights.

 

Product of Michigan

 

375 bottle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Recipes

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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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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Luscious Pear-Maple Syrup Pie
Pears are less acidic, milder in flavor and more tender in texture than apples. But that gently sweet flavor has earned the pear its place in the pie pantheon. The pear is a companionable fruit, getting along well with other assertive flavors such as pepper, ginger, lemon and – wait for it – maple syrup. When choosing a pear for baking, select a pear variety that is sweet, firm and crisp and non-gritty in texture, like Bosc, Forelle, Seckel or Comice.
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Brined Pork Chops with Maple-Vanilla Glaze
It might seem counter-intuitive, but brining any cut of meat can make it significantly juicer and more tender.

How? The brine increases the amount of moisture in the meat, allowing more of it to remain in the pork as it cooks. While some cuts can benefit from long brining times (up to 24 hours or more), even an hour of brining can produce a markedly moister, more flavorful pork chop.

Various seasonings can be added to the brining mixture to enhance the taste, but use restraint and allow the natural flavor of the pork to shine through. Vanilla might seem to be an odd ingredient to pair with pork, but when used correctly, it adds a subtle, but delicious note to the naturally sweet, rich flavor of the meat.

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