Saturday, March 21, 2009

2009 Open House Details

Our 2009 Open House is near. We are busy making all of our final arrangements for our visiters. To list a few, Lasting Legacy Farm announced today that they will be bringing there newest family member Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell is a two month old black angus & herford mix. They will also have Easter hams that they raised on their farm available on Sunday the 29th. Robin Comeau of Nana's Acres Farm will be here both days and bringing two young oxen bulls. She will also have available her famous Rubies jerky. Yellow house farm will also be joining us with their farm fresh eggs just in time for Easter. They will also be bringing some of their heritage birds along for all to view. If you haven't gotton your 2009 Seacoast Eat Local calendar they will be available. I am partial to Miss March.

We will be serving breakfast from 9:00 to 3:00. Other products available will be Maple Syrup, Maple Nuts, Maple Cotton Candy, Maple Candy, Maple Popcorn, Maple Sugar, Maple Soft Serve, and of course our own Maple Hot Sauce.

We look forward to seeing you here at the farm.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

NH Union Leader

Reporter Kathy Bailey visited the sugarhouse today. Watch the union leader for her articles. We have had two wonderful interviews. There will also be a section with some of my favorite recipes. All of you maple popcorn lovers just might want to read it!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

It's The Perfect Weather

The nights are cold and the days are warm. Perfect weather for maple sugaring. Most evenings you can find us in the sugarhouse with the fire crackling boiling away. We have fresh syrup on the shelf, still at 2008 prices.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

2009 Annual Open House

Come visit Sugarmomma's Maple Farm during our 2009 Annual Open House, March 28 and 29 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. We'll be boiling maple sap and turning it into sweet, delicious, New Hampshire maple syrup. Get a free tour of the sugarhouse, learn how maple syrup is made, and sample freshly made maple syrup products. We're at 213 Ridge Road in Northwood. A map is provided below;

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Monday, March 9, 2009


Here are a few photos that show us making maple syrup or "sugaring".