You may wonder what these three things have in common – maple syrup, cornbread and State Fairs. (There’s a fun recipe at the end of this post that will tie them all together.) As the summer winds down, and Fall attempts to arrive despite the warmer temperatures, weekend activities turn to the various State Fairs in New England. Of course, along with the fair comes the inevitable “State Fair Fare” (a culinary category in its own right.)
We’re Making 2018 Vermont Pure Maple Syrup! Warm days and cold nights mean the sap is finally running, and we’re busy at the sugarhouse making this year’s crop of Vermont pure maple syrup.
While the Northern Vermont winter continues, we’ve been in the kitchen making some maple treats. At the same time, the sugaring crew has been busy in the woods tapping the trees and checking lines. And once we have a few warm days and cold nights in the forecast, we’ll be making a new batch of Vermont pure maple syrup!
We’re so glad you found us at Vallee Farm in Northern Vermont, where we make Pure Maple Syrup for you, your family and friends to enjoy. We hope you will be visiting us often to place your maple syrup orders, and to learn more about the maple sugaring process. When we’re not busy at the family sugar house making Vermont pure maple syrup, we’ll be filling you in on how things are made, recipes, season stats, maple ongoings and more. For example, a fact you might find interesting is that the 2017 maple syrup production for the United States...