06 September 2011

maple syrup and waffles.....

the color grades of maple syrup through the sap run


pure maple syrup so fresh, the bottles were still warm



Paul Bunyan’s Pure Maple Syrup is produced by the Enos family in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands


30 to 40 gallons of sap = one gallon of Pure Maple Syrup

Pure Maple Syrup can be stored
in the freezer as it will not freeze

our bottle never made it to the freezer…..

waffles or pancakes? waffles or pancakes?
 
  
Waffles!



M.  E.


Molly Enos, owner
 
 
Watch for Molly on the Today Show this fall!


waffles or pancakes for you?


it's just embroidery, have fun with it!


22 comments:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love the Fall colors you used here, Cathy!

Barbara F. said...

I want to buy some!! I am forever on the lookout for Grade B maple syrup...those bottles are gorgeous, and I never knew it could be frozen and unfrozen!!!

Molly said...

I would like to thank Cathy for blogging about her experience at our sugar camp!! I really enjoyed having the tour stop by for a taste of fresh maple sugar, warm syrup, and tasty maple drop candies.

To follow up to Barbara's post, we have Grade B Syrup available along with all the other grades. Grade A Med. Amber is the most common grade me sell. You can see the color varations in the top pictures of the sample sizes. Each of those small 1 oz. containers are a sample of each days syrup color.
For more info you can visit: www.paulbunyansmaplesyrup.com

Please let me know if you have any questions!

"Sweet Molly" lol
Enjoy!!

Alexis said...

Beautiful picture of all the different colored syrup, that should be in a food magazine! Waffles for me :)

Ginger Zuck said...

OMGoodness, it looks wonderful! I'll keep an eye for her, I have the Today Show every morning.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Yummmmm.... This post is making me drool! LOL! Gorgeous photos of some yummy stuff.

Marilyn *Pink Martinis and Pearls* said...

Since we used to summer in Upstate NY, I was raised on the 'good stuff'. We would pack gallon tins in our car for the long trip back to California. On our honeymoon we visited a sugar bush and packed our suitcases with the same for the same long trip home. There isn't anything better. I am a waffle gal but with my syrup in a small glass bowl for dipping. :)

Are you sure you have a Sony Alpha? Me too but your photos are much brighter than mine. I think I need a larger f-stop. Love looking at your photos. :)

Debby said...

Nothing like fresh maple syrup on waffles... yum!! xo

The Buzz Blog said...

Waffles, please! That way all that yumminess will be caught in the crannies...
xxoo

quintessence said...

OH YUM!! But Molly looks way too young to be the successful owner of this burgeoning business - I feel like I should be serving her waffles with syrup at my breakfast table - with those beautiful napkins of course!!

Julie of Monkey Grass Hill said...

Waffles for me please! She must have LOVED the monogram you did for her.

Natasha in Oz said...

I never knew it could be frozen! That is so interesting.

We don't have a waffle maker so it is definitely pancakes for us!

Take care and best wishes,
Natasha.

eddieross said...

Looks so so delicious!!
xo E + J

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh my goodness how awesome! I love pure maple syrup. There is just no substitute for it!!

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I like both waffles and pancakes but here's the catch - I don't like maple syrup. I know, it's almost un-American! My husband loves it :)

Hi, I'm Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh can I have both? :)

I love maple syrup. That packaging is the prettiest I have seen in while.

Love your sweet handtowel and the leaf E. Not to be confused with Leafy. :)

Privet and Holly said...

BOTH, please,
I'm a glutton : )
xx Suzanne

Naturally Carol said...

What an interesting post seeing all that maple syrup in colour order! I didn't know it was paler when better quality. Over here we just get the dark stuff and pay a fortune for it! We had pancakes for brekky this morning..yum..but Mrs S..my daughter in law was saying she missed American waffles and could we make waffles with strawberry syrup and cream..lol. Maybe one day in summer!

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

PANCAKES!!! Great post - really liked all the photos and the info. I'd love to see maple syrup made. Those bottles are almost too pretty to open and use. Loved it!

Southwest Cottage Designs said...

Yummy! I love pure maple syrup. It's delicious on pancakes and waffles and even toast, too. Thank you, Cathy, for stopping by my blog today. May you have a very enjoyable weekend!

Ticklish Moose said...

Hi- I love stopping by to see what you are up to.....but this is NOT FAIR! Posting pics of yummy waffles and syrup is just wrong.....so very, very wrong. Drat....there goes my diet!

Custom Comforts said...

You make the prettiest things. Do you ever run out of ideas? Those waffles and syrup look to die for.
Cindy