Maple Syrup Toddy Recipe
Perhaps the earliest form of a cocktail, toddies were created as a way to chase away the chill and offer relief from colds and flu. A couple hundred years later, we're still drinking them for the same reasons, though bartenders like John Ginnetti are upping the ante with premium spirits and creative combinations, making drinks you definitely want to sip while you're hale and hearty. For this New England-inspired version, the owner of 116 Crown in Connecticut reaches for Laird's applejack, which has been made in nearby New Jersey since the 1700's. Then he sweetens the mix with pure maple syrup, one of the state's biggest crops. Instead of adding traditional spices, he uses sweet vermouth and Averna, an Italian amaro, to give the drink aromatic complexity.      
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Cornbread
Enjoy this cornbread warm for breakfast with maple syrup and butter, or on the side with rich meats and stews.This recipe is courtesy of King Arthur Flour.
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granola
Savory granola featuring sunflower seeds, fennel pollen, coconut flakes, and grade A maple syrup? Count us in.Note: This recipe provides a giant serving size. Use 1/8 of the quantities listed for a smaller portion.This recipe is provided by Executive Chef Daven Wardynski of Omni Hotels & Resorts.
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Instead of the requisite sweet potatoes with marshmallows dish, try this healthier version for your Thanksgiving feast!
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Best martini recipes
Easy Skinnygirl cocktail recipes.
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Maple Pie
Pies take more work to make then some other kinds of desserts, however, there is something truly magical about the moment you serve a slice of fresh baked pie with a big smile to someone you love.This recipe is courtesy of Mary Ruth's Paleo Cooking Blog.
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This recipe uses the popular flavors from a roast ham glaze on a less salty piece of pork for a trimmer, healthier roast. 
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Apple Crumble with Maple Syrup
Ingredients: 6 apples, pink lady 3/4 cup brown sugar  1/3 flour 1/3 cup almond paste, crumbled 3 Tbsp candied ginger 1 tsp chipotle chili powder 1/4 tsp salt 1 stick butter 1/4 cup maple syrup Method: Core, peel apples. Slice across 1/4 inch thick. Mix with 1/2 cup brown sugar, chili powder salt, ginger and 1/4 slice of butter. Transfer the mixture to a baking dish. Add maple syrup. Then mix the flour, cold butter coarsely. Then add almond paste and 1/4 cup  brown sugar. Sprinkle evenly over apples and bake at 350 degrees F oven for about 45 minutes or until the apples are tender.                                    
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Maple-Syrup Baby-Back Ribs
Yes you can use a rub, bake, go low and slow, but sometimes you just want to throw some meat on the grill slathered with sauce (hey, it’s yours, if you want that black crusted charred effect and don’t mind cleaning the grill that’s your choice, that’s what being an adult means anyway right, there’s nobody there to tell you can’t). This marinade is fun because it’s something you can pretty much pull together from pantry ingredients and leftover condiments. Spicy, tangy, with just enough sweetness — you knew there was a reason you kept all those soy sauce packets. Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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Blueberry Pancakes
Who can resist a stack of light and fluffy pancakes? Piled high and drenched with maple syrup, they’re very hard to say no to. Click here to see Make Brunch in 20 Minutes or Less — 10 Recipes.
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Pumpkin Flan with Maple Syrup
This dessert is so easy to make — it only takes five minutes to assemble then the rest of the work is done in the oven. The flan needs to be chilled before serving so it’s a great make-ahead dessert. — Curry and Comfort
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Maple Syrup- and Ketchup-Marinated Chicken
A frequent end-of-breakfast indulgence for me is making sure to slop up my bacon with the extra syrup and ketchup left on my plate (yes, I have ketchup with my eggs, and I definitely dip my bacon in syrup). When prompted with a maple syrup theme this week for Recipe SWAT Team, I couldn't help but think of ketchup, and decided to spare everyone else the joy of my little ketchup-bacon-and-syrup secret, instead opting to try making this duo into a marinade for chicken. The result? A pretty sweet, and delicious, barbecue sauce. Try it for yourself (and maybe add some hot sauce).  Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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