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1/3 Photos of Jack Wax
from www.syracuse.com; posted for Zaar World Tour. When poured on fresh snow, maple syrup becomes a taffy that can be scooped by hand or with a fork. This syrup-snow taffy is called "jack wax." Traditionally, this treat was the feature of the "sugaring off" party held at the sugar house to celebrate the end of the syrup harvest. If it's not snowing in your community, use crushed ice. The above is taken from the web-site where I found the recipe (if it can be called that!)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (78 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4