George Washington's Mother's Ferry Farm Maple-Honey Sauce

George Washington's Mother's Ferry Farm Maple-Honey Sauce created by loof751

An historical recipe. Ferry Farm was first American president George Washington's boyhood home, and Ferry Farm Sauce was a specialty of Washington's mother Martha Ball Washington. The sauce was served with rice waffles which were an old Virginia classic that originated during colonial times.

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  • Heat the honey and the maple syrup together slowly over hot water.
  • Remove from heat and blend in 1 teaspoon cinnamon.
  • Pour into a small pitcher or jug and serve warm over waffles or pancakes.
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"An historical recipe. Ferry Farm was first American president George Washington's boyhood home, and Ferry Farm Sauce was a specialty of Washington's mother Martha Ball Washington. The sauce was served with rice waffles which were an old Virginia classic that originated during colonial times."

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  1. loof751
    George Washington's Mother's Ferry Farm Maple-Honey Sauce Created by loof751
  2. loof751
    Great tasting sauce! Sweet, the honey allows just a hint of the maple to come through, and the cinnamon is a great addition. Served over French toast and really enjoyed - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for My3Chefs 2013
  3. BecR2400
    An historical recipe. Ferry Farm was first American president George Washington's boyhood home, and Ferry Farm Sauce was a specialty of Washington's mother Martha Ball Washington. The sauce was served with rice waffles which were an old Virginia classic that originated during colonial times.
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