Did you ever wonder how long does maple syrup last or if maple syrup needs to be refrigerated? Ben answers these and many of the most frequently asked questions about making and using maple syrup.
Click here for the Maple Syrup Questions & Answers
25 Ways to Use Maple Syrup – Blog post by Julie Ruggirello.
Sitting in the back of your fridge is probably a lonely bottle of maple syrup, kept on hand for the few times a year you make pancakes or waffles and otherwise banished until the next brunch that you host. Well, no more. These recipes will secure maple syrup’s place in your heart and kitchen.
Click here to read the article on cookingchanneltv.com.
The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript featured a story on October 14th about our new location in Temple:
By spring, Fisk hopes to be set up in the Sugar Shack’s new home — on 15 acres of land he recently purchased…
Fisk has long had his eye on a property at the end of Webster Highway, abutting Route 101. The 15 acres of land has been on the market for several years, and Fisk said he has always wanted to buy it. It was just a matter of raising the capital and this was the year for that.
The current location of Ben’s Sugar Shack will likely become storage, he said, and he’ll take the opportunity of the blank slate of land to build a sugar shack that’s tailor-made for his needs. A separate room for the evaporator, so that tours can be given without interrupting the rest of the operations. A larger gift shop to sell products on-site. More storage space to accommodate the products from the additional trees he tapped this year. The buildings will start to go up the moment he has his building permit, said Fisk, and he hopes to officially move operations by springtime.
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Google announced they will shut down the Google Checkout service. We have closed the section of our online store that offers Google Checkout payment.
We will continue to offer online purchases of all our products using King-Cart, our full-featured shopping cart service.
If you have any questions please use our contact form
Bulk orders of maple syrup and maple candy wedding favors are now available from our online store. Any quantity of 50 or more qualifies for bulk order pricing.
If you would like to customize your order with a mixed assortment or with custom printing please call us at 603-562-6595.
Maple Syrup Wedding Favors
Click here to order from our online store
Ben’s Sugar Shack has been chosen by FoxNews.com to represent New Hampshire as one of the ten best places in the country to make, watch and most importantly taste maple syrup as it journeys from tree to table.
Click here to read the Top 10 American Sugar Shacks
Johnson Golden Harvest, a family-owned “Open All Year” farmer’s market located in Hooksett, NH, is now offering our pure maple syrup and maple candy. They are just off Interstate 93, Exit 11, right before the Hooksett Toll Booth.
Visit their website JohnsonGoldenHarvest.com for more information and directions.
We have just posted our 2012 schedule of fairs, farmers’ markets and shows where you can meet Ben’s Sugar Shack and buy our pure maple syrup and other delicious maple products
Click here to view the schedule
Maple Weekend Open House!
March 24 and 25
10:00 – 6:00
Bring the family and have some fun!’
Maple Syrup vs. Cane Sugar - Maple syrup is by far the healthier choice when choosing between maple syrup and cane sugar for sweetening. This is because cane sugar, or table sugar, contains very little but carbohydrates – and calories. — Read More