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It’s Pancake Time!

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he first bite. Back up. It’s the first whiff, the first smell you get coming from the kitchen. It’s like those terrible Folgers commercials. The best part of waking up…you know. The smell of the coffee wafts through and slaps you around a few times and puts a big, caffeine-craving grin on that face. Same thing here, but better, if you can believe that. Yes, there’s going to be coffee, but there’s going to be eggs; there’s going to be toast; there’s going to be pancakes stacked as high as a Jack Russell, and man, oh, man, when the

sausage hits the skillet you’ll be bumping your face on the stovetop the way a moth can’t help but chest-bump a light bulb. And that’s not all. There are miles and miles of blue tubing and vacuum conveyance systems milking hundreds of maple trees for their nectar. Sure, it’s only two percent sugar when it comes out of the tree, but when applied with woodfired heat that water flies off and left in its saccharine wake is nothing short of heavenly. Maple syrup is in that evaporator, its uses nearinfinite, and this low viscosity

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fluid can be used for just about anything so long as your pancreas is locked, stocked, and loaded with insulin to enjoy maple’s bounty. M a p l e c a n d y, m a p l e bacon, maple sausage, maple mustard, maple walnut ice cream topping, maple peanuts, maple walnuts, maple caramel popcorn. Drizzle Dump the maple in coffee, tea, or milk, boil it down and stir to make crumbly sugar, and don’t forget to top drown those pancakes steaming on that plate and kick them back like you only live once. Because you do. And it’s sugarin’ time. See It’s Pancake Time! on page 10

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Laura Nelson, of Charles B. Nelson and Sons, was put on the spot about what makes for a great pancake breakfast. “Oh, gosh,” she said, “maple syrup, bacon, and eggs. Let me think.” She thought. “A pancake recipe from scratch rather than buying something [premade],” she said. Nelson draws upon a recipe she found in an old Amish cookbook. She makes the dry mix ahead of time so she can, at a moment’s notice, griddle up some hot cakes. Amish Hot Cakes 12 cups sifted flour 2 tsp. salt ¾ cup baking powder ¾ cup maple sugar 4 cups dry/powdered milk Mix and store in an airtight container. To make pancakes: 1-½ cups of the mix from above 1 beaten egg 1 cup water 2 Tbsp. melted shortening Mix well, fry on a hot griddle. “I mix it up ahead of time and store it so it can be cut down to two cups of mix,” Laura said. “I’ve made it with twelve cups to make a bigger breakfast over the years. I use the maple sugar in place of brown sugar.” The maple sugar comes from boiling the syrup at about 255 degrees. The water boils out and, after some stirring, it crumbs right up. “You start stirring and it crumbles out,” Laura said. “When we have our open house we do sugar. We do a gallon at a time. People stand there with their mouths open. They can’t believe the transformation it does. It’s granulated sugar. Just cook it down.” After breakfast, for brunch, maybe for dessert later in the day, Laura also bakes up her maple bark.

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caught up in low-fat or light foods. I’m not saying those things are unimportant. I want to go back to knowing what we eat and trust the people around us. There’s no better way to live. I grew up on a dairy farm and we had fresh eggs, fresh milk, even maple syrup.”

1-½ cups all-purpose flour ¾ cup maple sugar Mix and pat them in a 9” x 13” pan, bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Layer on 1 cup Grape Nuts. Layer on 1 cup chopped nuts. Layer on 2 cups flaked coconut. Mix: 1 cup maple syrup with two lightly beaten eggs and 1 cup sweetened, condensed milk and pour over. Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. “That’s won me a few blue ribbons at the Pennsylvania Farm Show,” Laura said. “You can use it and enter if you’d like.” Charles, Laura’s husband, laughs. He loves to see the breakfast table piled with pancakes and syrup, some sausage, an egg, and applesauce. He credits his wife with being the scientist in the kitchen creating much of what makes it onto the table. But, like his father before him, he said, “What I do, and everybody smiles, is add maple syrup to cottage cheese. The idea came from back when they made their own cottage cheese on the farm. It was sour. Dad didn’t like sour stuff. It’s great on it.” That syrup has won many awards, most recently at the 2013 Farm Show in Harrisburg where it won Best of Show.

Praline Topping 1-½ sticks of butter ½ cup maple syrup 1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts Combine topping ingredients and pour over the chilled casserole before baking. Bake at 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes.

Jennifer and Jody Butler, of Butler Family Maple, agree that in order for the food to live up to its potential, the first element of the great pancake breakfast must be, “Family and friends that you can sit down and you have some discussions, laughs, sometimes tears, and any great meal for that matter,” Jennifer said. Jennifer grew up on small, family farms knowing where their food came from, knowing how the animals were treated. Food wasn’t some disembodied slab at Wal-Mart’s meat counter or something out of a box. As for the food, “Wholesome ingredients, maple syrup, fresh eggs, fresh milk,” Jennifer said. “We get

“This gives you enough time to have a great conversation with a hot cup of coffee or a board game with your children before breakfast,” Jennifer said. The maple syrup the Butlers harvest gets used on practically everything. “Maple mustards we use on hams,” Jennifer said. “Our chili has a little maple syrup in it. The cornbread is a maple cornbread. You can sweeten coffee with a touch of maple syrup. We use it every day.” Jennifer’s two young daughters visit their grandmother a lot and there must always be maple syrup on hand. It’s its own form of entertainment for the girls. They come home and run up

Butler’s Baked French Toast Casserole with Praline Topping 1 loaf French bread 8 eggs 2 cups half and half 1 cup milk 2 Tbsp. maple syrup 1 tsp. vanilla ¼ tsp. cinnamon ½ tsp. salt Slice the bread 1 inch thick and arrange in a greased baking dish. Combine all other ingredients. Beat until well mixed, but not too bubbly. Pour over bread. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

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to mom and say, “Mom, we need more maple syrup at Grandmom’s!” Du r i n g t h e sugaring season, when about 9,000 taps draw hundreds and hundreds of gallons of sap to the sugarhouse, Hamilton Maple Farm fires up its new pancake house. They open it from the first of March through April 13 on weekends from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The pancake house serves to showcase their maple products. One such canvas is their pumpkin spice waffles with maple mousse. “Other people call it maple whip,” Phyillis Hamilton said. Maple Mousse 8 ounces cream cheese 8 ounces Cool Whip 4 ounces crumbled maple sugar Mix and let it sit overnight. “Who doesn’t like a pancake with a fresh maple syrup?” Phyllis asked. “Just bringing people around as company is the best part of a home meal and the good flavors of maple syrup.” She makes a cheesecake as well. Of course it’s a maple cheesecake. Tawney Maple Cheesecake 1-¼ cup graham cracker crumbs 5 Tbsp. sugar 5 Tbsp. unsalted butter at room temperature ¾ cup dark maple syrup 3 eggs at room temperature ¼ cup heavy cream 1-½ pounds cream cheese at room temperature 1-½ cups sour cream at room temperature 1-½ tsp. vanilla Combine graham cracker and 1 Tbsp. sugar in mixing bowls with soft butter and press into a 9” spring form pan, freeze. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a medium saucepan, boil syrup over medium heat for 3 minutes, remove, stir in cold cream, scrape into

a bowl and refrigerate. Using a heavy mixer, cream the cream cheese until light and fluffy, add remaining 4 Tbsp. of sugar, beat briefly, add eggs one at a time. When maple syrup is not warm to touch anymore, gradually beat in to mixture followed by sour cream and vanilla. Scrape into the chilled pan. Bake it till set, about 90 minutes. Take it out, chill for six hours. Phyllis is a maple savant making mustards, ice cream toppings, peanuts, walnuts, popcorn, and fudge, all sharing the stage with maple syrup. “I make an awesome maple fudge,” she said. “I wonder if I’m doing it right, but it tastes good so I must be!”

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“That’s tough, I don’t know how to answer that!” said Bud Bowers, contemplating the key elements to the great pancake breakfast. Above all else, he believes in sustainability, the protection of his land and his trees. His operation, Brookfield Maple, undergoes a rigorous inspection process to ensure everything that touches his land and graces his maple is up to the Northeast Organic Farming Association’s (NOFA) code. He’ll never over-tap a tree.

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espite its conspicuous location, the blind set up in my backyard wasn’t the least bit offensive to the bluebirds that were tending their hatchlings in the weathered pine box a few yards away. Crouched inside the blind on a perfect May morning was an eager photographer—me—looking through my tripod-mounted camera. With the feeding session in progress, and my finger busy with the shutter release button, the camera counter tallied the images one by one until I’d satisfied my quest of capturing these colorful birds associated with happiness. And happy they made me—not just for the photos, but for their welcomed occupancy of the wooden box apparently built to their liking. A natural cavity in a tree adjacent to clearings and meadows makes a bluebird happiest, but when those sites are scarce, a home built from

a board will most certainly do just fine. At one time, Eastern bluebird populations had declined to perilous levels from lack of adequate nesting sites due in part to development, competition with other bird species, and the modification of agricultural and timberland methods. With fears of extinction in the wind, conservation groups and backyard birders went to work erecting and monitoring an astonishing number of nesting houses, and encouraging others to do the same. While those efforts have helped the species achieve a remarkable recovery, that positive course can easily continue if others join in. It’s as simple as buying a bluebird-specific house or houses, and placing them in key locations on your property. If your local farm and garden center has birdhouses, they’ll most likely have one designed

for bluebirds. Coveside, well-known for wildlife conservation products, handcrafts birdhouses for every species of cavity-nesting bird in North America. Visit them online if you strike out locally. But nothing is more satisfying than building your own birdhouse— especially when it’s finally occupied. The house you build can be as crude or as elaborate as your carpentry talent and tools dictate. The important point is that you just do it, “for the birds!” The tree cavities that bluebirds use are far from being fashioned from a blueprint. Imagine the range of dimensions and flaws amongst the scanty possibilities, and don’t be bashful about putting something together that isn’t flush level perfect. While I’ve bought a few bluebird houses in the past, I now construct my own, mostly from the rough cut lumber See If You Build It on page 18

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sawn from the trees on our farm, but occasionally from finished lumber purchased at our nearest building supply center. Eastern white pine—readily available and a joy to work with—is my favorite. A ten dollar bill will buy a 1” x 8” x 8’ smooth pine board, enough material to build a couple houses, and the smooth finish will impart a look of elegance. The same dimensions in a rough-cut pine board from the nearest sawmill will buy you four boards for ten dollars. White Pine is easy to work with both hand and machine tools. It sands fast, accepts a variety of fasteners without the need to pre-drill, doesn’t split...and emits that wonderful pine fragrance. The wood also has a good level of decay resistance. Some of the houses that we have scattered around the backyard have seen many a sunrise, and all of them are a long ways from a renovation—and that’s without any paint or preservatives which you shouldn’t use anyway for the birds’ sake. I’ve incorporated bits and pieces from the Internet into my own hand-built structures. Ventilation slits, inside footholds for fledglings, latch openings for easy cleaning, and recessed floors with drainage holes are worthwhile designs. These may be considered luxuries, but bluebirds deserve whatever you’re capable of adding, which equates to better chances of survival. The non-native House or English sparrow—which prefers similar nesting designs and locations to bluebirds—is a notorious enemy. These aggressive birds will take over a bluebird house by killing young and adult alike. That’s why it’s extremely important to monitor nesting sites frequently, and execute the necessary deterrents to make sure these, as well as other flying or crawling pests, stay away. The recommended one-and-a-half-inch entrance hole in bluebird houses stops larger species like starlings from gaining access, but unfortunately it’s the right size for sparrows and house wrens, which are also egg and hatchling destroyers. Researchers at the University of Kentucky have discovered that a slot entrance and a floor at a much shallower depth than commonly endorsed are two improvements that can obstruct and possibly defeat a sparrow’s intentions. So if that species is a resident of your neck of the woods, it would certainly warrant checking into (and Coveside manufactures a sparrow-resistant house). The sheds and barns on our farm are magnets for nestbuilding sparrows, which make them year-round residents. So it’s not uncommon for them to wreak havoc in our backyard. The establishment of territories amongst bluebirds begins in March, so if I’ve talked you into helping these beautiful feathered friends, it’s time to start shopping for a house. If you’ve decided you’re going to play Mr. Do-It-Yourself, before you start the saw recite this old adage: measure twice, cut once. Whatever you do, best wishes getting ready for your bluebirds! A hunter, photographer, and writer, Roger Kingsley’s articles and photos have appeared in Deer & Deer Hunting, and Pennsylvania Game News, among others.

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classical music with the Celtic lilt. The party starts in Williamsport on March 15 with the return of The Irish Rovers in their “Farewell to Rovin’” tour. No strangers to the CAC, this group always gets a warm welcome in Williamsport with its rollicking tunes and lively banter. If you have always wanted to see the Rovers, go now, as this is the last time this band will tour

in the United States. Founded in the 1960s, this group of Irish immigrants first organized the band in Canada and has spent the last five decades spreading the joy of Irish folk music around the world. George Millar and his cousin Ian Millar are both from Ballymena, original member Wilcil McDowell is See Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral on page 20

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Clare and the music of Hayes’s father, P.J. Hayes. The music is subtle, full of energy, and different every night, as these seven musicians weave traditional Irish music in solos, duets, and trios. “One of the things I want people to experience is a sense of the bedrock of the music,” says Hayes. “In its purest form, Irish traditional music speaks a universal language.” The music then flows into another form a mere five days later, as, on March 26, the Dublin Guitar Quartet takes the stage at the Campus Theatre in Lewisburg. Maguet notes, “This and the Masters of Tradition are very different concerts.” Four Dublin musicians— Brian Bolger, Pat Brunnock, David Creevy, and Tomas O’Durcain—create a unique chamber music experience by arranging classical and contemporary music for guitar. They are perhaps best known for their collaborations with Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Arvo Part, and Gyorgy Ligeti. The warm, beautiful result has brought them acclaim from new classical artists, and, perhaps more importantly, introduced a wider audience to classical work being written today and the composers writing it. Magret says that Dublin Guitar Quartet “moves seamlessly from serious to ‘not-so-serious.’” In a month when everyone is just a little bit Irish, we have a chance to drink deeply from the river of Celtic song and music right here in North Central Pennsylvania. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Mountain Home contributor Linda Roller is a book seller, appraiser, and writer in Avis, Pennsylvania.

Irish Lilts The Irish Rovers Farewell Tour Williamsport Community Arts Center (www.caclive.com; 570-326-2424) March 15 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $45, $35, $20 Martin Hayes Masters of Tradition Weis Center for the Performing Arts (www. bucknell.edu/WeisCenter.xml; 570-577-1000) Friday, March 21, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: Adults: $20 Seniors 62+: $16 Youth 18 and Under: $10 Dublin Guitar Quartet Campus Theatre, 413 Market Street, Lewisburg (www.campustheatre.org; 570-577-7900) Wednesday, March 26, 7:30 p.m. This is a free performance 23


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Murder in the Finger Lakes

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Falk. These two run on an enthusiasm for everything local, and they lead high-end guided tours throughout the region to wineries, cheese dairies, restaurants, distilleries, cooking schools, and breweries. To take a tour with them is a total immersion into the local culture, and the reward is a true connection to the Finger Lakes “sense of place.” With a well-established client base and a wine touring business going strong, the Falks would never have expected that they were about to meet

their ideal partner in crime. Enter Danny Trippett, an actor extraordinaire who received his degree in performance and theater from the Boston Conservatory of Music. After spending twelve years working in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, he made a visit back east to visit relatives in Trumansburg, just outside Ithaca. There he saw a great opportunity to bring his business—Mystery Crime Solvers—to wine country. Learning of the local wine touring business, Danny approached the Falks See Murder in the Finger Lakes on page 27


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to see if there was any possibility of doing murder mystery dinners together. Laura Falk immediately saw the potential for more than just that. Why not do a whole day of wine touring, and let the customers play sleuth while sightseeing along the wine trail? It was a no-brainer, and a magical mystery tour was born. “I was thrilled to connect with Danny,” Laura said. “I had always wanted to do something like this with the tours. We organized our first event in January, and it was a huge success!” All of the winter tours were sellouts, and the tours (this month it’s on the fifteenth) will be offered monthly year-round. The Murder Mystery is written for twelve participants. Danny creates the scripts, complete with notes for six suspects and six detectives. The roles—including whodunit—are assigned when the tour begins at the La Tourelle Resort and Spa in Ithaca. Each member of the tour receives a letter in a secret envelope explaining the character that they will play, a bit of background on the story, and their own personal connection with a man named Jebidiah Hooch (who has yet to be introduced). Danny, who also excels at impersonations, suddenly appears to announce that Jebidiah has been found murdered at a local winery, and the games begin. The tour immediately sets off for Six-Mile Creek Winery to investigate the first clues near the crime scene. While gathering evidence and interrogating the suspects, the group also takes some time to learn about the local wine history while sipping on some stellar wines and nibbling on local farmstead cheeses. (All good detectives need to stay well nourished). Then off to the next winery, Ports of New York, and the pieces of the puzzle begin to fit together.

The winter tours end with a threecourse dinner at a local restaurant and a chance for everyone to guess the identity of the culprit. Prizes are awarded to anyone who cracks the case. Spring and summer tours will end similarly, but instead of a dinner, it is the ultimate wine and fondue party back at La Tourelle. Once all secrets are revealed, tour participants can relax and enjoy the rest of the evening, with packages offered to include lodging right at the resort. “I love to create one-of-a-kind solvable mysteries, customized for private parties,” Danny explains. “And a murder mystery works so well when it is tailored behind a wine tour.” The story can even be tweaked to accommodate special circumstances. For instance, on the last murder mystery tour, one of the participants had a birthday. A friend called ahead of time, and Danny worked it into a special piece of evidence—an unsent birthday card addressed to that individual, found in the back pocket of the victim! The tours have even taken on some unique nicknames like, “In the Distill of the Night” and “The Wine Tour to Die For.” Or, Danny’s favorite—“Jeb Hooch Dies Monthly.” For more information on these unique mystery tours, you can reach Laura Falk at 607-233-4818 or www.experiencefingerlakes.com. To contact Danny Trippett for more information on murder mystery private events, send him a note at mysterycrimesolvers@live.com, or call 607-269-7638. Here’s to lots of fine wine with good body! See you on the trail…

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