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Maple Syrup: Taste of Wonder

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Maple Syrup: Taste of Wonder

What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness?

– John Steinbeck –

Maple Syrup: Taste of Wonder

“But sometime in February, just when we grew restless and a little weary from the lack of color all winter, from the scarves, boots, shovels, and crockpot stews, we’d feel the flurries of my favorite type of snow: a sugar snow, thick and heavy, hugging the base of the sugarbush–what a forest of sugar maples made for tapping is called–while keeping the roots cool enough that they don’t start developing leaves just yet…” What follows is an excerpt from writer Aimee Nezhukumatathil’s “Taste of Wonder” column. { read more }

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Take a moment to reflect on what sweetens your own experience of literal or metaphorical winter?

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