Saturday, April 14, 2007
Maple syrup gives one sweet lesson
By RON DEVLIN
The Associated Press
"KUTZTOWN, Pa. - The sweet odor of maple syrup wafts through Celeste A. Ball's room at Kutztown High School.
"Ball doesn't teach a cooking class, and there are no pancakes on the griddle.
"She's the school's agricultural science teacher, and the aroma is just an added pleasure in a lesson on the fine art of sugarbushing. That's country lingo for tapping maple trees and turning the sap into that tasty topping that ingratiates a stack of hot cakes."
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