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... use it in everything. I made a lovely slow cooked BBQ pork with it at the weekend. It's really good in creme brulee, as I have mentioned before. It comes in a TIN here. It also can live in the freezer. According to Vicki (and I have seen proof!), good quality maple syrup - the stuff straight out of a tree pretty much - can live in the freezer because it doesn't freeze. It just goes a bit thicker than usual. A bit like vodka. You know it's ...
... a tour of a fruit farm, cigar factory and then lunch before heading back to the hotel. I got some lovely photos at the fruit farm - but unfortunately we were not allowed to take cameras into the cigar factory. Or anything. We had to leave everything on the bus, which was a little concerning - but it was all there when we got back so there was no need to worry apparently. It was a lovely way to ...
... type of maple syrup poured onto snow and made into lollipops. Yum.
After dancing until quite late, and consuming a fair bit of wine/beer, Friday morning was a bit of a disaster for the majority of us. I got myself through by buying myself a large Tim Hortons Vanille Francaise (vanilla latte). That evening I picked Chris up from the airport, and began part two of the adventure.
We went for an explore down into New England. Unfortunately there ...
... to go warm clothes shopping!
Hope everyone is well, I will leave you with the cupcake recipe. I have a feeling I'm going to be making it fairly regularly, what better way to keep warm than by baking?!
Chocolate Cupcakes (from this website)
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
1 cup flour
⅓ cup cocoa powder
¾ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon baking ...
It's coming up to the end of our long Thanksgiving weekend. To be completely honest, before I came out to Canada I didn't even realise that they had Thanksgiving here - let alone that it was on a different date to the US Thanksgiving! Then throw into the mix that Thanksgiving is basically just a long weekend for the Francophones, and I'm confused!
So, in honour of both traditions - that is celebrating it, and just enjoying the long weekend, ...