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Slow Food & Sweet Lime Present: Maximum Maple Overload

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Event:
Slow Food & Sweet Lime Present: Maximum Maple Overload
Start:
April 28, 2013 5:00 pm
End:
April 28, 2013 8:30 pm
Cost:
$30.00
Category:
Organizer:
Jessica Bongard
sweetlimecookingstudio@gmail.com
Updated:
April 1, 2013
Venue:
Sweet Lime Cooking Studio
Phone:
802.858.4213
Address:
address upon receiving RSVP, Jericho, 05465

Sunday April 28th:  Maximum Maple Overload

Vermont maple syrup is something that runs deep through my veins and I’m jonesing for my maple fix (insert facial tick here.)  Hopefully you’ll have the sense to spread it out a little instead of eating it all at once.  Although I think you should eat it all at once; no judgement.  You don’t have to be a Slow Food Member to attend.  Bring a partner, a friend or come solo and learn something new about how to tame the maple beast within.

The Details:

This class takes place in my (Jessica Bongard’s) home kitchen located in Jericho, VT.  I’ll be leading you in a class which includes several ways I like to eat maple syrup.  I’m no slouch mind you, so to keep the pace, we will have pickles available to help you handle the maple overload. (Real Vermonters don’t need pickles.)  And real Slow Food VT  members don’t need to pay full price for the class!  Members get a $5 cash in-hand discount upon arrival.

The Recipes:

Sugar on Snow - You must start at the beginning.  No worries, I’ve ordered snow.

The Phoenix - A maple cocktail that couldn’t scream spring any louder.

Maple Roasted Nuts - You’ll need something to soak up all that sugar, with some sugar on the side.

Maple Baked Cheese - A triple cream baked and drizzled with maple syrup.  Put that on a cracker!

Mini Maple Tarts - The maple cream works three ways, I’ve got you covered.

Check out Sweet Lime Cooking Studio Facebook page for photos of this class and previous classes!

What you’ll get:

You’ll go home with recipe packets including photos of each dish taken by yours truly.

Maple syrup has always been a part of my life and I will never forget the first time my parents gave me sugar on snow.  I loved it so much, I became very demanding for it when the snow fell; which meant all winter.  To this day I am shocked when I find someone who has never had it and feel responsible to introduce them to it.  Stuff your face full of maple goodness and celebrate Vermont.  What better time than now to join the largest food-based organization in the world?  Support Good, Clean and Fair Food with Slow Food Vermont!

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