Maple Syrup String Candy
Major winter storms have finally brought cold weather and snow to many parts of the United States and Canada. This makes it an ideal time to make maple
syrup candy for your family, students or just for yourself. To make this stringy candy, heat maple syrup until it feels warm to the touch. Step outside to a place where the snow is free of dirt, auto
emissions, twigs and other things that you would not want to put into your mouth.
Slowly pour the syrup into the snow using a wide sweeping motion. This will cause the syrup to spread in swirling lines that will freeze upon hitting the snow. Wait a few minutes until the syrup has hardened and remove from the snow. Break into pieces and suck on them like candy. Before you scarf it down, remember to give thanks for what you are about to eat.