Synopses & Reviews
Maple Syrup Cookbook has convinced thousands of readers that maple syrup makes just about everything taste better. Now, the revised third edition of this classic cookbook features full-color photographs and a dozen of the author's favorite new recipes. In all, the book now offers more than 100 ways to enjoy maple syrup at every meal, including Buttermik Corn Cakes, Banana Crepes with Maple Rum Sauce (perfect for brunch), Maple Cream Scones, Lacy Sweet-Potato Patties, Maple Bacon Strata, Curried Pumpkin-Apple Soup, Creamy Maple Fondue, Maple-Glazed Brussels Sprouts, Orange-Maple Wings, Beet and Pear Relish, Maple-Roasted Root Vegetables, Steamed Brown Bread, Maple Onion Marmalade, Hot & Spicy Shrimp Kabobs, Chicken with Maple-Mustard Glaze, and Crispy Maple Spareribs. There are barbecue sauces and salad dressings and dozens of tempting desserts, from Almond Bars and Coffee Chip Cookies to Maple Apple Pie, Maple Pecan Pie, Maple-Ginger Ice Cream, and much more. There's even a recipe for Maple Bread-and-Butter Pickles. This is a treasure chest of delightful recipes you'll turn to again and again.
Why limit maple syrup to breakfast pancakes? In Maple Syrup Cookbook, Ken Haedrich reveals more than 100 different ways the sweetener known as "liquid gold" can be enjoyed, from orange maple chicken wings to hot and spicy shrimp kebabs, maple cream scones, maple-roasted root vegetables, maple ginger ice cream, and much more. The mystique of maple is explored through stunning photographs of the syrup-making process and profiles of maple sugar producers. The third edition has been completely updated and now features color photography throughout and a dozen of the author's favorite new recipes.
About the Author
Ken Haedrich is a food writer and author of 11 cookbooks, includingThe Old Farmer’s Almanac Everyday Baking Pie, which was voted one of the top 7 baking books of the last 25 years by Cooking Light magazine. He's written hundreds of articles for magazines, including Family Fun, Better Homes & Gardens, Bon Appetit, National Geographic Traveler, Real Simple, and many others. He is a past winner of The Julia Child Cookbook Award. He has appeared on many television shows, including Good Morning America, and has given live cooking demonstrations to thousands, from Hawaii to New England. Haedrich currently directs The Pie Academy, an online community dedicated to the idea that anyone can learn to make great pies from scratch. He lives in North Carolina, but worked with local syrup for many years in New Hampshire.