The Maplelicious Book Includes ALL of these Recipes!
French-Canadian pea soup is a must have at the sugar shack; sometimes, it's a smooth, pureed-like soup, but when it's a chunky, thick style.
Be adventurous: don't hesitate to add small pieces of crispy pork rinds as croutons to your salad!
This is truly a staple and you can make it with either pork or veal with all sorts of seasoning.
Use your imagination and make this dish as distinct as your family!
Maple Syrup Eggs
At the sugar shack, we will typically have one egg dish; either an oven-baked omelette or these sweet, lip-smacking oeufs dans le sirop.
The ultimate sugar shack platter!
Crispy Pork Rinds
Crispy pork rinds are the ancestors of the bacon we have come to enjoy.
Maple Baked Beans
I can guarantee that once your family feasts on your homemade baked beans, you will never again open a can of ready-made beans.
as a bonus I included these 3 recipes in English & French!
Sugar Shack Pancakes
At the sugar shack, the pancakes aren't served as part of a hearty breakfast but rather as dessert — the traditional menu must have been created by a kid!
Maple Taffy On-The-Snow
Ahhh the sweet smell in the air, maple sap boiled down to produce maple syrup and thick, sticky taffy. Irresistable!