Button-Bright was glad the Candy Man stayed in the Throne Room, because the boy thought this guest smelled deliciously of wintergreen and maple sugar
Living Perkins, who could not sing, dropped a piece of maple sugar
in her lap as he passed her on his way to the blackboard to draw the map of Maine.
Then again he had a natural love for doctor-stuff, for when she had left the bilious pills out for her man, all nicely covered with maple sugar
just ready to take, Nathan had come in and swallowed them for all the world as if they were nothing, while Ichabod (her husband) could never get one down without making such desperate faces that it was awful to look on.
Born in Pownal, Vermont, in 1792, Abraham Williams likely learned the art of maple sugar
making at an early age, later passing that knowledge on to his children.
Attendees enjoyed great food at the Sugar Shack Lac Beauport where they learned the culture of maple sugar
The following is a list of other forms of sugars that you should be aware of when reading labels: brown sugar, corn sweeteners, raw or white sugar, molasses, maple sugar
, maltose, levulose, lactose, invert sugar, honey, high-fructose corn syrup, granulated sugar, fructose, galactose,glucose, and dextrose.
Lip glosses in Silky (pounds 7) and silk compact eyeshadows in Maple Sugar
and Orchid Rose (pounds 8) are ones to check out.
candy, honey w/comb, gum, dried fruit (apples, grapes, etc.
Here, against all odds, Vanier confesses his deep and ongoing happiness, his love of his friends and his gratitude for simple gifts from home of maple sugar
To survive, everyone must help with the hard work, such as scraping a smelly moose hide, child care, carrying water, and the harvesting and processing of wild rice and maple sugar
In contrast there are more playful objects in a gallery of models which include a church-shaped maple sugar
mould and Szopka (1960), an elaborate Polish Christmas decoration of wood, paper, glass and sequins.
Known to kill a wide range of tree species, the beetle threatens the maple sugar
industry, fall-foliage tourism, beloved backyard trees, and leafy public parks.