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It has been a strange winter indeed. If you can even call it a winter. Certainly the extended periods of cold and accumulation of fluffy white snow that all Vermonters take for granted have been missed this year. I’m moving … Continue reading
Last year I had a lot of fun experimenting with maple sap in the kitchen. We made sap tea, sap beer, sap poached sweet potatoes, sap soda, and maple baked beans… mmm! I had borrowed buckets and spiles from neighbors … Continue reading
I learned an incredible amount from coordinating The Somerville Maple Syrup Project, but in the end, too many of the lessons were about testing my limits and endurance. This year, however, I was thrilled to be in Vermont and be … Continue reading
Supporters or the Somerville Maple Syrup will be tapping sugar maple trees on the Tufts Campus this Thursday January 26th at 3pm. Families, neighbors, students, and anyone interested in participating in this fun outdoor event should gather at the bottom … Continue reading