Heritage Foods USA

Dear Heritage Foods USA Supporter,

We recently took our annual trip up to Stephan and Howie Cantor’s Sugarbush in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. (Don’t you just love that it’s called a Kingdom?) For a couple of days every year, the Heritage team participates in the historical business of tapping trees and boiling down sap to produce that delectable elixir known as Maple Syrup. You can count on the fact that it’s NOT YOUR AUNT JEMIMA’S!!

Vermont Maple Syrup
From Cantor Family Farm

One 1 liter Bottle - $59
Two 1 liter Bottles - $105
Buy 5 Get One Free - $250
Shipping Included

Don't miss out on a chance to try uniquely sweet Grade A Vermont Maple Syrup—we have a limited supply available!

Vermont Maple Tree - Tapped

Here are six amazing facts about Maple Syrup:

  1. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup
  2. It takes 30 years for a tree to be mature enough to tap
  3. Because of the mild winter, this year’s sap run lasted only 12 days; typically the season is 4-6 weeks
  4. Maple Syrup is a nutritional powerhouse containing essential minerals such as magnesium, zinc, and a lot of calcium, along with trace quantities of copper, selenium, and chromium
  5. Maple Syrup varies in color and sweetness from year to year depending on temperature and rainfall
  6. Most Maple Syrup in the US is blended between many sugarmakers' syrup. Our Maple Syrup comes directly from the Cantor’s Deep Mountain Maple

We Recommend
Maple syrup is so much more than just a breakfast condiment. Check out these recipe suggestions, or make up your own recipes. We would love to hear about them!

Maple Glazed Pork Loin
Canadian Loin - 7 lbs - $84
Maple Syrup - $59

1 pork loin, 7 lbs
2 finely chopped cloves of garlic
2 TB of mustard
2 TB soy sauce
1 tsp of apple cider vinegar
1/4 cup of maple syrup

Stir together and paint it on your Canadian as it roasts. For a little extra zing, add some crushed red pepper or a chopped chili. Roast at 350 for 45 minutes or until a thermometer reaches 165 degrees. Let it rest for ten minutes, then slice and serve.

Maple Syrup Cocktail
Maple Syrup - $59

1 TB maple syrup
2 TB fresh lemon juice
A pinch of crushed red pepper
Vodka to taste
Top it off with 4-6 oz of sparkling water
A mint sprig is very nice in this too!

We have all heard of the fabulous maple syrup cleanse using lemon juice, syrup and crushed red pepper. As it turns out, adding vodka makes this a most refreshing cocktail!

Braised Pork Shoulder with Maple
Boston Butt 7.5 - 8 lbs - $84
Maple Syrup - $59

Take a whole picnic shoulder or boston butt, and braise in a mix of 8-10 cups of chicken stock and a cup of maple syrup. Add some peppercorns, a couple of chilis, a teaspoon of allspice berries, 4 whole cloves, a thumb sized piece of peeled ginger, and a sliced onion.

Once the shoulder is falling apart, remove it from the pot, and set it aside. Reserve 2-3 cups of the braising liquid, and refrigerate until the fat congeals on top. Remove the fat. Reduce the liquid by half, and add a bit more syrup to taste. Use as a sauce for the pork.

The Simplest Recipe
Use any of our pork cuts (it works with all!)
Maple Syrup - $59

Cut small cuts into the meat, baste intensely with maple syrup, sear both sides in oven-friendly pan, and place in 400 degree oven until medium rare (which is sooner than you think!).

P.S. Find out the real Aunt Jemima's story by listening to A Taste Of The Past's Cracking the Jemima Code.

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