|Chef Adam serves up Maple goodness.|
If you haven’t visited the New Hampshire Maple Experience yet this spring, we invite you to come on over to The Rocks Estate this weekend for some sweet maple goodness!
Beyond the delicious maple syrup tastings, the Maple Experience includes hands-on learning about the regional springtime tradition of maple sugaring, which reaches back to the earliest European settlers of New England and the Native Americans before then.
Make sure to bring your appetite, as Maple tours include a syrup tasting, complete with freshly made donuts and sour pickles (post a photo of your best sour pickle face on our Facebook page). We’ll also be serving up piping hot pancakes, and will feature chef demos – and tasting samples – both Saturday and Sunday.
Chef Adam from the Indian Head Resort returns to the Maple Experience on Saturday from noon - 1p.m. to cook up – and share – two delicious maple recipes: Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette (atop a crumble salad with romaine lettuce, cranberries, bleu cheese and walnuts) and Maple-glazed Scallops with a Maple Beurre Blanc over pasta.
Chef Kirk from the Sunset Hill House will join us Sunday at noon and cook up Maple Marinated Barbeque Shrimp; an endive salad with candied pecans, dried cranberries, and crumbled goat cheese and topped with Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette; and Maple Shortbread.
For these recipes and others featured during past Maple weekends, check out the recipe page on the New Hampshire Maple Experience website.
The New Hampshire Maple Experience is offered at The Rocks Estate this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., as well as next Saturday, April 7. To find out more about the Maple Experience and all it includes, please visit the New Hampshire Maple Experience website.