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Wed Jan 28, 2015, 09:04 PM Jan 2015

Syrup [View all]

On pancakes, waffles, biscuits, French toast.


8 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
1. Maple
7 (88%)
2. Cane
0 (0%)
3. Corn
0 (0%)
4. Sorghum
0 (0%)
5. Other?
1 (13%)
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Syrup [View all] trof Jan 2015 OP
maple, straight no chaser NightWatcher Jan 2015 #1
Given my druthers - Grade B maple syrup Brother Buzz Jan 2015 #2
Done Munificence Jan 2015 #4
What is the difference between Grade A and Grade B? Laffy Kat Jan 2015 #5
only $50.00/gallon! handmade34 Jan 2015 #7
maple season is almost upon us handmade34 Jan 2015 #9
We're always putting bees on the almond trees during your sap run Brother Buzz Jan 2015 #11
Ahhh... handmade34 Jan 2015 #15
I heard about that new grading scam a while ago. Brother Buzz Jan 2015 #19
pure maple..not the diluted or artificial stuff.. tokenlib Jan 2015 #3
the darker the better... handmade34 Jan 2015 #6
"A" on vanilla ice cream. "B" on everything else. Moondog Jan 2015 #8
Grew up with cane syrup - locally produced and a lot cheaper than maple csziggy Jan 2015 #10
Maple syrup has a stronger flavor, so you just don't need that much of it Major Nikon Jan 2015 #12
The flavor is interesting, but I get too much sweetness from it csziggy Jan 2015 #16
until you have tried mesquite honey ;-) Kali Jan 2015 #20
Maybe we should do a honey exchange! csziggy Jan 2015 #21
I never heard of that KamaAina Jan 2015 #24
it is a prosopis too and it would seem there is honey produced from it Kali Jan 2015 #26
I'm surprised how hard it is to find outside the Deep South KamaAina Jan 2015 #23
That's what I buy at the Piggly Wiggly or the Winn-Dixie. trof Jan 2015 #27
It doesn't however, belong on a steak KMOD Jan 2015 #13
It depends on what I'm eating. Jamaal510 Jan 2015 #14
I like Blueberry, too ... for a change. Tuesday Afternoon Jan 2015 #17
When I was a child, my grandmother would give us: Xyzse Jan 2015 #18
Karo syrup is corn syrup - not high fructose but regular type csziggy Jan 2015 #22
I see... Xyzse Jan 2015 #25
High Fructose Corn bigwillq Jan 2015 #28
Jelly (preferably currant) on french toast and also on biscuits if there's no sausage gravy HereSince1628 Jan 2015 #29
I was raised on Alaga syrup. trof Jan 2015 #30
All my life my mom bought Aunt Jemima "syrup" OriginalGeek Jan 2015 #31
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