Pour it on

Elle (Canada) - - Radar -

Al­low Todd Cham­bers, the kilt-wear­ing (really) made-in-Ot­tawa owner of Really Hor­ri­ble En­ter­prises, to tell you how to use th­ese lo­cally made maple syrups. His first tip? “Use spar­ingly! A lit­tle goes a long way.” Bar­rel-aged “This syrup has a sub­tle smoky taste, like it was made over an open fire. Use on any­thing plain, like waf­fles or pan­cakes, to en­hance the ex­pe­ri­ence. Put a driz­zle in some Cana­dian whisky and make your own real maple whisky.” Brandy vanilla “This is amaz­ing in a sim­ple cup of black tea. It makes a lovely treat with a bis­cuit.” Rum vanilla “Use with chocolate. All of the chocolate: hot chocolate, chocolate ice cream, chocolate cake....” ($10 each, re­al­ly­hor­ri­ble.ca)

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