Experience the magic and mystery of maple sugaring in this November 5, 2015 interview with Stephan Allison, host of River Valley Rhythms on WESU, 88.1 FM in Middletown Connecticut. https://archive.org/details/RiverValleyRhythms11-06-2015 Based on my new book, Maple Sugaring: Keeping it Real in New England, this conversation will surprise those who who haven't been to a sugarhouse recently as well as those who think syrup is just for waffles and pancakes.
What is Being Said About the Book
Maple Sugaring gives readers an intimate look at the art and science of America’s favorite sweet. These stories, told by real-life sugarmakers, reveal how this ancient industry has persisted into the twenty-first century. Thanks to the newest technology, and patience, New England sugarmakers are still keeping it real. A former maple sugarmaker and board member of the Connecticut Maple Syrup Producer’s Association, David Leff takes us on a journey into the very heart of New England’s character. Along the way he talks with the sugar gurus, who share their expertise, insights, and anecdotes about their experiences in the business. What makes maple sugaring such a beloved tradition? Is it marketing savvy, family tradition, or something deeper—and harder to tap? This book is for anyone with a sweet tooth who is curious about the science behind the sweetness, or who simply enjoys a good story. Maple Sugaring is full of wisdom, quirky characters, and recipes.
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