Celebrate the Cold with Adirondack Maple Mocha Jo

Celebrate the Cold with Adirondack Maple Mocha Jo

Bullet-proof Recipe Included in Honor of the Current Ski Conditions Surely by now you’ve heard about the cold weather currently plaguing the Adirondack region. The weather people predict the “real feel” wind-chill temperature will reach -64 (minus...
Adirondack Spring Tonic

Adirondack Spring Tonic

Scroll Down for a New Adirondack Lifestyle Recipe Depending on grammatical emphasis, the phrase, “Adirondack spring tonic,” refers to either something healthy and tasty to drink, or it describes the curative effect of early spring in the Adirondack...
Adirondack Wild Berry Maple Crisp

Adirondack Wild Berry Maple Crisp

Adirondack Lifestyle Recipe Included It has been a great summer for people spending time in the Adirondacks who also happen to love wild berries. And for those in that cohort who also work hard to eat locally grown food, this berry season is a super deluxe bonanza....
Adirondack Springtime Synergy

Adirondack Springtime Synergy

Aside from the standard, “ski corn snow” thought, this morning’s 14-degree temperature and forecast for warm, sunny weather reminded me about the other Adirondack product harvested in spring - maple syrup. Although this delectable Adirondack treat is...

Springtime Fun in the Adirondacks

“Maple Tap Limbo” features Adirondack agility training available only during the maple syrup harvest; a woods-skier version of the...
A Sticky Situation

A Sticky Situation

This morning’s 14 degree weather reminded me that Adirondack Spring includes the whole maple syrup thing: cold nights and warm, sunny days. Many people do not realize the Adirondacks of upstate New York are a big source of maple syrup. Vermont’s marketing...
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