About Cuisine

Unique in New England, a sugar house is an annex to a farm where maple tree sap is boiled into syrup. The menu is usually very limited – maybe pancakes, or possibly just cake donuts – along with maple syrup for pouring or dunking and maple candy to eat. A traditional but nearly bygone sugar house tradition in the spring is “sugar on snow” – hot syrup poured onto pure white snow so it stiffens in the cold. The resulting “candy” is eaten along with the occasional chaw on a dill pickle to revive one’s sweet tooth.

Sugar House Cuisine
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