maple syrup


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maple syrup:

see under maplemaple,
common name for the genus Acer of the Aceraceae, a family of deciduous trees and shrubs of the Northern Hemisphere, found mainly in temperate regions and on tropical mountain slopes. Acer, the principal genus, includes the many maples and the box elder.
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maple syrup

[′mā·pəl ′sir·əp]
(food engineering)
Syrup made from the sap of certain maple trees, particularly the sugar maple.
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This monitoring and data collection system allows maple syrup producers to better monitor integrity of the collection network and quickly find leaks.
This paper reports on a pilot project exploring the impacts of climate change on maple syrup production in understudied near north, Ontario spaces.
He is the fifth generation of Shaws who have been producing maple syrup on this farm and his son, soon to follow, will be the sixth.
Add the remaining maple syrup and passion fruit seeds and top up with water to make 100ml of liquid.
I see what we have been able to do with milk and I'd like to see the same thing happen with maple syrup, which is another important part of our identity," Lassonde says.
Many people prefer a lighter syrup on pancakes and waffles, but chefs generally gravitate toward a darker, more robust maple syrup when cooking with it or using it with savory foods.
The grading changes were made because no one graded maple syrup the same way, both the American states and Canadian provinces.
Look out for: American pancakes - that's four Scotch pancakes with four eggs, streaky bacon and maple syrup.
8220;Canada Grade A” maple syrup shall be regarded as in a color class set out in Column I, if its percentage of light transmission is that set out in Column II in a table within the latest Safeguards bulletin (http://newsletter.
Beat the egg yolks with the sugar and maple syrup until creamy before slowly pouring in the hot cream mixture, beating all the time.
Writing in an accessible style, the author details the experiences of Bruce Bascom and his family as they harvest maple syrup from trees on their farm.