Very Maple Syrup

[A Cookbook]

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$6.99 US
On sale Nov 07, 2003 | 96 Pages | 978-1-58761-181-0
During winter months in Vermont, New York, and Canada, while little else is harvested, holes are bored into maple trees and their clear, sweet liquid pours into ready buckets. It’s called “sugar season,” and it’s the beginning of what will soon make many a breakfast, entrée, and dessert around the world deliciously smoky and sweet. In VERY MAPLE SYRUP, Jennifer Trainer Thompson showcases this unique ingredient with recipes like Maple Pulled Barbecued Pork, Maple Scones, and Lemon Pound Cake with Maple Glaze.
Jennifer Trainer Thompson is a writer and the coeditor with Michio Kaku of Nuclear Power: Both Sides, which The Christian Science Monitor selected as one of the best books of 1982. Her other books include Hot Licks: Great Recipes for Making and Cooking with Hot Sauces, The Yachting Cookbook (coauthored with Elizabeth Wheeler), Trail of Flame, Jump Up and Kiss Me, and The Great Hot Sauce Book. Her articles on science, culture, travel, and foo have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Travel & Leisure, and Omni. View titles by Jennifer Trainer Thompson

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During winter months in Vermont, New York, and Canada, while little else is harvested, holes are bored into maple trees and their clear, sweet liquid pours into ready buckets. It’s called “sugar season,” and it’s the beginning of what will soon make many a breakfast, entrée, and dessert around the world deliciously smoky and sweet. In VERY MAPLE SYRUP, Jennifer Trainer Thompson showcases this unique ingredient with recipes like Maple Pulled Barbecued Pork, Maple Scones, and Lemon Pound Cake with Maple Glaze.

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Jennifer Trainer Thompson is a writer and the coeditor with Michio Kaku of Nuclear Power: Both Sides, which The Christian Science Monitor selected as one of the best books of 1982. Her other books include Hot Licks: Great Recipes for Making and Cooking with Hot Sauces, The Yachting Cookbook (coauthored with Elizabeth Wheeler), Trail of Flame, Jump Up and Kiss Me, and The Great Hot Sauce Book. Her articles on science, culture, travel, and foo have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Travel & Leisure, and Omni. View titles by Jennifer Trainer Thompson

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