Celebrate the sweetest season of the year in New Hampshire on March 23 & 24, 2013 when New Hampshire’s working sugarhouses will open their doors to the public. Even if you know how maple syrup is made – from tapping the sugar maples to boiling sap in an evaporator over a roaring hot fire – it is still a treat to visit a working sugarhouse and learn more about the process and meet the families who carry on this spring tradition every year. More than 100 sugarhouses, across the state, will open their doors so that you can watch and sample their incredible products. From different grades of syrup to melt-in-your-mouth maple candy, you will find the best and purest NH maple products at all these establishments. We are lucky to have at least two working sugarhouses no more than 15 minutes away – Sunday Mountain Maple Farm and Mt. Cube Farm. Most of the area’s eateries will have at least one menu item that will feature NH maple syrup and Breakfast on the Connecticut will join in as we feature Apple Cheddar Breakfast Bread Pudding with warm maple syrup. So come and enjoy Maple Weekend in NH, stay at Breakfast on the Connecticut, visit a sugarhouse and sample the first harbinger of spring.
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February 23rd, 2013 by donnanandersen
February 10th, 2012 by donnanandersen
Who can resist the smell of boiling sap? Take the afternoon off and breathe deeply at one of the 60 sugar houses across New Hampshire that will be open during Maple Weekend, March 24 – 25, 2012. Bring the kids and learn how maple syrup is made, enjoy free samples and pick up a gallon to savor during pancake breakfasts or baked bean suppers. There are two maple producers close by in Orford, NH – Sunday Mountain Maple Farm & Mt. Cube Sugar House. Each has a full array of maple products from maple candy to various sizes of maple syrup. And if there is snow on the ground a real treat is hot maple syrup on snow! Stay at Breakfast on the Connecticut, enjoy a full country breakfast complete with New Hampshire’s amber gold.