There's a long tradition of making sugar from maples in this neighborhood.
|Potter Enterprise, April 4, 1907|
We're not in the maple business but just over the hill, we enjoyed pancakes, sausage and maple syrup last weekend at Green Hill Sugar Shack.
Our neighbor, Kristin Gavin, showed up on our doorstep yesterday bearing this from their Applewood Hollow Farm. The Gavins live on the farm formerly owned by C.L. Stearns referenced above.
|Destined for sourdough buckwheat|
cakes coming soon!
I well remember Grandaddy's rhapsodies on "sugaring off." I seem to recall that it is possible to get the syrup to such a consistency that you just pour it on the snow in a pattern, and you can soon pick it up like a pretzel.
Yep. We called that "wax."
Thanks for including us.
Those were great days.
Hi I just bought this painting in Davie Florida and in the back it is signed Clara Metzger 1970 Metzger Farms Mercer PA . Do you happen to know her?
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