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Sunday, February 12, 2006

Maple Syrup on snow

A stall has appeared under the roof of the Mont-Royal Market selling maple syrup delicacies. As most of the north-east of the United States and the maritime provinces of Canada battle with a heavy snow storm (75cm + in New York), the snow here has to be brought into the city from the countryside, from sources untarnished since our last signigicant snowfall. Hot maple syrup is poured onto the snow, and it solidifies. Sugar on a stick. Mmmm....


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