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Carolynanna Posted - 08/25/2004 : 11:55:22
I think its deserving of its own thread.

http://www.ontariomaplesyrup.com/

Check out the recipes;

World’s Best Maple Vinaigrette
Maple Milk
Maple Bran Muffins
Oatmeal Maple Cookies
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Apple Pancakes
Manoir Victoria Grilled Chicken
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Maple Creme Brulee
Easter Ham with Pineapple
Ball Cakes in Maple Syrup
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Maple Sponge Cake
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Pork Spareribs in Pure Maple Syrup
Pure Maple Syrup Dressing
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Maple Barbecue Sauce
Pure Maple Syrup Mayonnaise
Pure Maple Syrup Glazing for Ham
Pure Maple Syrup Pancakes
Maple and Ginger Ice Cream
Spiced Maple Pears
Maple Apple Crunch
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Canadian Maple Dumplings
Maple Syrup Pudding
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Maple Apple Muffins
Summit Harvest Maple Cookies
Baked Maple Popcorn
Maple Bread Pudding
Maple Spice Cake
Maple Frosting
Maple Glazed Ham
Maple Baked Chicken
Maple Syrup Candy
Maple Monkey Bread
Maple Corn Bread
Maple Syrup Tea Loaf

Hmmmmm, I think I might just start a yahoo group and I shall be the Maplemaster! ;)



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VoVat Posted - 01/12/2005 : 18:42:41
quote:
there are multiple interpretations and theories. most historians agree that maple syrup was probably simultaneously developing in both regions.

but most agree that the first true instances took place in the Michigan/Vermont area..


Next you're probably going to be telling us that Frank was born in Vermont!



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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:39:33
If only we could all drink sweet Vermont maple syrup together
and feel the love. We would all be in agreement. This is silly.


I still believe in the excellent joy of the Frank
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:28:54
Have you forgotten the story of the French settler? Me too.


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Homers_pet_monkey Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:27:30
quote:
Originally posted by Cult_Of_Frank

Hee hee, cheers Homer.


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No problem Dean. Just keep sending over that delicious syrup!

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floop Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:22:12
quote:
Originally posted by Cult_Of_Frank

Right, and he invented it after the Canadian guy invented the method for boiling in the first place.


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have you already forgotten the story of Moqua, the indian from Vermont?

behind every good Canadian invention there's even better, earlier, more original American one



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:17:02
Vermont would gladly become a part of Canada, if they'd only
let this point go.


I still believe in the excellent joy of the Frank
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:14:43
Hee hee, cheers Homer.


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Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:14:12
Right, and he invented it after the Canadian guy invented the method for boiling in the first place.


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floop Posted - 01/05/2005 : 12:01:23
quote:
Originally posted by Cult_Of_Frank

Here's some more history:

Virtually all syrup makers in the past were self sufficient dairy farmers who made syrup and sugar during the off season of the farm for their own use and for extra income. These farmers were, and continue to be, folks who look at a process and say to themselves, 'There has to be a faster, more efficient, easier way to do this.' Then, in approximately 1864, a Canadian borrowed some design ideas from sorghum (what us northerners call molasses) evaporators and put a series of baffles in the flat pans to channel the boiling sap. The ideas continued to flow. In 1872 a Vermonter developed an evaporator with two pans and a metal arch or firebox which greatly decreased boiling time. Seventeen years later, in 1889, another Canadian bent the tin that formed the bottom of a pan into a series of flues which increased the heated surface area of the pan and again decreased boiling time.



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if you notice in the middle of that story, the guy who invented the double-panned evaporator and metal arch is a Vermonter.

last i checked Vermont is in Vermont



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
Homers_pet_monkey Posted - 01/05/2005 : 11:38:36
No we just import from Canada!

"All music if folk music. I ain't never heard no horse sing a song."
Louis Armstrong
kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 11:33:36
Yeah, I was thinking how silent the Brits have been
on this important subject. Don't you guys tap your
maples over there?


I still believe in the excellent joy of the Frank
Homers_pet_monkey Posted - 01/05/2005 : 11:27:48
Will you guys stop this, I'm drooling here.



"All music if folk music. I ain't never heard no horse sing a song."
Louis Armstrong
kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 10:21:00
Hell, I'll send you a six pack!




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Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 10:16:20
Alright, send me some and I'll do a blind taste test, but I'm using real Canadian syrup, not the stuff we export to the US. :)


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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 10:13:11
I'm all about empirical evidence. Experience it for yourself. Do a
blind taste test. My backyard. I'm serious.


I still believe in the excellent joy of the Frank
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 10:11:05
Here's some more history:

Virtually all syrup makers in the past were self sufficient dairy farmers who made syrup and sugar during the off season of the farm for their own use and for extra income. These farmers were, and continue to be, folks who look at a process and say to themselves, 'There has to be a faster, more efficient, easier way to do this.' Then, in approximately 1864, a Canadian borrowed some design ideas from sorghum (what us northerners call molasses) evaporators and put a series of baffles in the flat pans to channel the boiling sap. The ideas continued to flow. In 1872 a Vermonter developed an evaporator with two pans and a metal arch or firebox which greatly decreased boiling time. Seventeen years later, in 1889, another Canadian bent the tin that formed the bottom of a pan into a series of flues which increased the heated surface area of the pan and again decreased boiling time.



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Coldheartofstone Posted - 01/05/2005 : 10:04:44


I used to volunteer at one of those old-timey pilgrim house tour places. We had pancakes every morning, wore old-timey clothes and were paid in maple syrup.

She was looking like an erotic vulture
kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:58:22
No, no, no. I am talking about metal quarts of stuff that
gets tapped out of my neighbors' trees, then sugared
in their backyard. You might want to consider my offer.


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Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:51:41
That's OK, I have Aunt Jemima's up here as an example of what passes for maple syrup in the US.


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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:45:12
which is why the Catholics toured in Vermont so often.
I liked to tell myself that it was because McDave needed
to be near me. The truth is it's because Frank likes
to load up on the real stuff.

Dean, Dean, Dean. It's OK. Really. I can even send you a quart
from right behind my house. Just email me your address.


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floop Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:40:02
that's why he started in Minneapolis. it's closer to the true motherload: Vermont



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:35:32
The fact is that FB moved north from LA to Portland to be closer to a viable and unbeatable source of the original maple syrup.

Plus, why do you think he started the warm up tour here (aside from the last minute addition of Minneapolis to placate various Americans)? The answer: Stock up on maple syrup here in Canada before embarking on a world tour.


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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:32:05
A lie. A lie that some of us will not allow to be perpetuated
in this forum.

Think about it, Dean, this is FB.net and FB is American and,
I guarantee you, he would prefer the real thing poured
over his pancakes over that diluted Canadian stuff. Guarantee
you.


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floop Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:27:44
bulit on a lie



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:25:30
Our country was built on maple syrup, damn it. It's even written into the BNA.


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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:06:15
Ow. That hurt, Dean. That hurt.

And that stuff in your maple syrup isn't the original thing.




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floop Posted - 01/05/2005 : 09:06:01
at least we are legitimized in having maple leafs on our flags, if we wanted to.

the maple leaf on your flag is like a gigantic ironic emblem of the hollow sham that is your history.



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
Cult_Of_Frank Posted - 01/05/2005 : 08:55:45
Americans, always inventing history and the quoting themselves as if it proved something. :)

Those white specks on your flag ain't maple leafs!


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kathryn Posted - 01/05/2005 : 08:43:45
Always lick the goo from the shards, that's what I say.


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floop Posted - 01/04/2005 : 20:50:46
there are multiple interpretations and theories. most historians agree that maple syrup was probably simultaneously developing in both regions.

but most agree that the first true instances took place in the Michigan/Vermont area..


"Perhaps a more believable story is that of the Indian woman named Moqua. The story was recounted in the April 1896 issue of The Atlantic Monthly by Vermonter Rowland E. Robinson. The story goes that Moqua was cooking a prime cut of moose for her husband, the hunter Woksis. However, Moqua became preoccupied with her quill-work and let the pot boil dry. Realizing she did not have time to melt some snow she used some maple sap she had been saving for a beverage. Woksis was so impressed with the meal he broke the pot so he could lick the last of the “goo” from the pot shards."



ist es möglich für ein quesadilla skrotum zu lecken? beim sprechen der quesadillas von LBF, ja. ja in der tatheheheheheheehehee!
Carolynanna Posted - 01/04/2005 : 18:31:20
quote:
Originally posted by Carolynanna

Okay so if you're saying the natives could not make syrup but just tap for sap then your Chippewa story is shite.
Therefore (again);
"In the early days of colonization, it was the Natives who showed French settlers how to tap the trunk of a tree at the outset of spring, harvest the sap and boil it to evaporate some of the water."
And the last time I checked, the French settled in Canada!


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Just thought I'd revive this thread for a certain forum-member.
See what led up to this quote and I'm sure everyone will see the truth.

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Daisy Girl Posted - 08/25/2004 : 16:00:16
Thanks Carolynanna your the best! Maybe I can be a pig and have Tre's too... she doesn't seem to into it. Thanks! The Consumer Action Group gives its seal of approval to you!
n/a Posted - 08/25/2004 : 15:54:55
()

I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.

Carolynanna Posted - 08/25/2004 : 15:51:01
Sure what the hell daisygirl,
maple candy for all.
And I'll make sure to send Tre a special package of maple cookies.

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Daisy Girl Posted - 08/25/2004 : 15:43:14
Carolynanna,

Can MapleMaster start a "Maple of the month club"?? If so could you please include lots of maple sugar candy??? Thank you!!!

Yours Truly,

Daisy Girl
Consumers for More Maple Action Group

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