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Chocolatemama May 15, 2008 08:09 AM

Anyone know where I can find maple butter? I live in Richmond Hill, but I would be willing to travel and stock up if necessary! Thanks!

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    dory May 15, 2008 12:59 PM

    Horton's Sugar Bush and Tree Farm in Vandorf (not far from you) sells maple spread but only when the sugar bush is open (mid-March to mid-April), In the meantime you might want to try Smokey Kettle Maple Company in Grimsby and find out who retails their maple spread. It's delicious.

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      torontofoodiegirl May 15, 2008 02:56 PM

      Check touristy spots -- they usually have an abundance of maple products (sorry, I can't think of an example other than the airport offhand).

      1. sumashi May 15, 2008 06:25 PM

        Canada's largest maple syrup festival is in Elmira, which is near K-W. Unfortunately, you missed this year's already... it was in the beginning of April :( I think if you go to the farmer's markets in K-W, you'll be able to find maple butter. If I was still living in the area, I'd check it out for you, but i'm almost 100% sure you'd be able to find it!

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          RYP May 15, 2008 07:32 PM

          Funny enough... I was at the market this afternoon and overheard some people taking about it. You can in fact get it at the St. Jacobs Market.

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          alan767 May 15, 2008 11:56 PM

          http://www.rideau-info.com/gibbons/
          it's fairly far but the best maple butter i've had

          1. SherylKirby May 16, 2008 04:28 AM

            There were some folks selling maple products at the Liberty Farmer's Market last year. I know they have maple butter - I bought some from them. Not sure if they'll be back this year, but the Liberty market starts in a couple of weeks.

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              Chocolatemama May 19, 2008 05:24 PM

              Thanks everyone! I guess my best bet will be the Liberty Farmer's market.

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                williamk May 22, 2008 11:32 AM

                Monks Chocolates in Grimsby carries the Smokey Kettle brand of maple spread. I must agree with dory it is delicious. I think they ship.

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                  led2 Jun 17, 2008 11:04 AM

                  Hi, I am also looking for some maple butter. Do you know if it is still available at this time of the year and where I could find some? thanks! Preferably in the GTA.

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                    fluke17 Jun 17, 2008 09:06 PM

                    Hi led2,
                    Purchased maple butter last Sat at the brickworks farmers market on Sat. morning. The vendor indicated that she would be there every week. Had excellent maple syrup and other maple syrup as well.

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                    ceciel Jun 17, 2008 03:54 PM

                    I was looking for some last month too as gifts. :) Went to this store in Eaton Center, which was recommended by this board when I was looking for some Canadian souvenir last year. Couldn't remember the name of it, but it's same level as the food court area.

                    Didn't get it from there though. Thinking I'd check around..ummpphh!! Almost couldn't find it anywhere else, until we went up for a drive to Niagara on the Lake. Found some in Maple Leaf Fudge shop. http://www.mapleleaffudge.com/ . Grabbed couple of them.

                    Few days ago, I strolled in to Hallmark/ Laura Secord on Bloor West and oddly enough, they have jars of maple butter on display!

                    I couldn't vouch for the taste or anything. Bought them for gifts. I think the ones in Eaton Center and Laura Secord are from same company/brand.

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