As we roll into late winter, the days feel like the really start to drag. The weather is still cold, but mud season is underway and for us that means the sap is flowin’ and sugaring season is here! For the Stewart Maple crew, we start to see summer is just around the corner, but still not close enough for us to really enjoy the
Maple BBQ ribs- I mean does it get much better? We’ve been known to enjoy ribs any time of year (not just for summer bbqs!) and find that this recipe is incredible no matter what the weather is. Tender ribs seasoned with maple sugar, which really makes for a great caramelized crust and then slathered with sweet and tangy BBQ sauce *mwah!* Chef’s kiss perfection.
Vermont winters sometimes call for something sweet in your whiskey. While the Stewart Maple Crew is more apt to be seen with a beer, we can appreciate the classics. This twist on favorite is sure to have you feeling sophisticated and rebellious (or maybe just cozy, ’cause you know…the winters are damn long and dark in the green mountain state and curling up with your
Deviled Eggs hold a spot close to our hearts at Stewart Maple. In fact, it’s THE appetizer that everyone eagerly awaits for on Christmas day at our Goggie’s house from our Aunt Debbie (Goggie is what we call Gina’s mom – our grandmother. You’ll have to ask the Stewart Brothers on what exactly the story is with that name, but I can assure you this
Chicken wings are something that just isn’t going out of style…especially in the spirit of Gameday! With the College Football playoffs behind us and the Superbowl just a week away, there is no better way to celebrate the final football championship of the year than to sit down on the couch with some good, crispy chicken wings. Now, there are plenty of ways that maple
Guacamole. It’s simple, it can stand by itself as an appetizer (that stands NO chance in our house, as we can gobble down chips and guac almost as fast as an avocado will turn past it’s prime) or it can be used as a creamy and colorful topping to your salads, tacos, or morning eggs! But sometimes the simplicity of good ole’ guac feels little