“I use maple syrup to season grapefruit, and cooked and drained carrots or squash. Best of all, I warm the syrup and drizzle it on ice cream or yogurt,” offers Emily Packard of Essex Junction, Vermont.
An unusual combination of cinnamon, chili powder, ginger and maple syrup gives these tender pork chops simply fantastic flavor! No one will believe this recipe is lower in fat.
Ruth Gooding - Los Angeles, California
I discovered this sweet topping when I had an abundance of apples to use up. It's a great alternative to bottled syrup. My family enjoys the tender apples and crunchy nuts over waffles, but the topping is also wonderful over sliced of pound cake or scoops of vanilla ice cream.
Here's a tongue-tingling medley that combines sweet cherries and walnuts spiced with ginger, cayenne and curry. Plus, the maple vinaigrette is delightfully different from other salad dressings. If you like, toss in some dried cranberries or raisins. —Mardee Thomas, Fortson, Georgia