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Old 09-04-2006, 10:37 AM   #11
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as a canadian im going to try not to over react and jump through my screen to steal it from you BUT

the real question is WHAT CANT YOU DO WITH IT.. i sautee tofu in it butter my toast add it to my crumbles

goes in my apple pie

smoothered on a peice of bread and cheese

used in cookies..

Cut open a squash scoop out seeds replaced with maple butter
ok i need to stop
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Old 09-04-2006, 10:48 AM   #12
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as a canadian im going to try not to over react and jump through my screen to steal it from you BUT

the real question is WHAT CANT YOU DO WITH IT.. i sautee tofu in it butter my toast add it to my crumbles

goes in my apple pie

smoothered on a peice of bread and cheese

used in cookies..

Cut open a squash scoop out seeds replaced with maple butter
ok i need to stop
we must be kin...

after buying the maple butter, i immediately went over to the vegetables and snatched-up a nice medium-sized butternut squash.

i guess it'll be wild sockeye salmon with a maple butter ginger glaze, baked butternut squash with maple butter and salad.

oh yeah, and for dessert... i'll have the university of miami OVER florida state at 7 pm CST.
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Old 09-04-2006, 10:50 AM   #13
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You could also eat it out of a jar with a spoon, just as any true nutella lovers would do...
YUM!
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Old 09-04-2006, 09:04 PM   #14
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ok... here are the results from two different approaches:

first i marinated a salmon steak in equal parts soy sauce and maple syrup combined with 2 T of dark rum for 3 hours.

in the non-stick skillet, i did a quick sear with a mixture of butter and olive oil and thru it in the oven to continue cooking. after 5 min in the oven, i removed it and applied the maple butter and then, put it back in the oven (it was off) for about a min.

result: OK, but nothing to talk about.

2nd approach. i marinated 3 tilapia fillets in 2 T soy sauce & 2 T maple syrup, fresh ground ginger, and in the juice of 1 ripe mango with a few mango pieces (about half the mango) thrown-in for good measure.

again, i let them marinate for 3 hours and pan fried them until all the way cooked. then, i removed them to a plate, and poured the marinade (including the mango pieces) in the skillet, dumped-in about 2 T lurpak butter and cooked it down until thick... then, added-in the fillets to warm them up.

result: i'm giving myself 4 stars out of 5... this was delicious.

i need more experimentation with the maple butter...
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