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sugarhouse

A building or shed, usually located in a grove of sugar maple trees, in which maple sugar is made by boiling the sap of the trees to evaporate its water content.
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The tubing connects to the spout and sap flows through the tubing into storage tanks near the sugarhouse.
For his latest role, he at least gets to appear human on screen although his character in Sugarhouse, Hoodwink, is every bit as monstrous.
But the chameleon-like British star is the first to admit that his latest movie, Sugarhouse, provided him with his scariest and most disturbing character yet - a fearsome, inner-city crime overlord by the name of Hoodwink.
7) It is our assumption that in later years the Williams's improved their maple production technology and constructed a sugarhouse discussed below.
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If you don't have an existing structure to use as a sugarhouse, try building a simple shed or temporary shelter.
The sugarhouse where the processing takes place is usually located near the center of the sugarbush to shorten the distance the sap has to be hauled or run through the tubing.
One of the landmarks along Route 2 is Gould's Sugarhouse, with its restaurant open daily as long as the evaporator is going, serving time-tested recipes from 8:30 a.