We would like to make the tradition of our family's VT Maple Syrup a part of your family holiday tradition!
Try this great idea, it could be a new tradition for you -
"This is one of those things that I make en masse and keep in the fridge for the holiday season. It's great on everything from French toast to roasted chicken. Use it to garnish a thick, char-grilled steak. Crown a steaming bowl of creamy mashed potatoes with a few slices and some minced chives."
As we approach a busy holiday season, it is with great anticipation that Jeff looks forward to the 2011 sugaring season. I still remember Jeff saying that the crazy schedule would be for only 6 weeks. As I look back on this it makes me smile because the work leading up to the actual boiling season is just part of the tradition leading to the special days when we boil and make maple syrup. It so amazes me that all of the planning, physical work involved in preparing the various sugarwoods, vast amount of equipment and finally making sure that the sugarhouse is ready does not seem to be a chore to Jeff. Yes, his passion lives on!
Just in time for holiday gift giving, Jeff and I are very happy to be adding:
* Maple candy
* Maple butter/cream
* Pancake mix
* Specialty boxes
* Maple Dijon Marinade/Dressing (our own)
If you would like to come to the farm we have a great selection of our farm raised grass fed beef on hand:
* 6 oz Hamburger Patties
For a limited time was also have:
* Local Pork chops
* Italian Sausage(while supply lasts)
Remember please that our meats are USDA inspected and they are available for farm pickup only.
Visit http://www.smithmaplecrestfarm.com/ to order. We would love to have you as a fan of our Facebook page: Smith Maple Crest Farm.