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Jan 5, 2011 06:49 PM

Maple Syrup?

I was out with family and the restaurant served real maple syrup in log cabin cans. The restaurant sells them, but was out of them, and then called to say they couldn't get them anymore. Does anyone know of a place in Los Angeles, or mail order that I can get real maple syrup in log cabin cans? TIA

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  1. was it something like this?,log-...

    my guess is that they were ordering them from somewhere outside LA. i don't think you'll be able to buy them in a store around town - it strikes me as the kind of thing you'd source from New England or Canada.

    it looks like you can buy them here:

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    1. re: goodhealthgourmet

      Thank you, the last one is the one I was looking for, but they are out of stock of it now.

      1. re: paprkutr

        oh man, that's a bummer. you could post the link/photo on the Vermont, Maine, Ontario & Quebec boards and see if anyone in maple syrup country can help you out!

        1. re: goodhealthgourmet

          And here's another:

          (hint - try google...or even Amazon...never ceases to amaze me what I can find on Amazon)

      2. I like the Grade B Canadian maple sirup from Trader Joe's.
        It's very earthy compared to Grade A.

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        1. re: Johnny West

          trader joe's has grade b?!? where!?

          1. re: Chowrin

            Middle aisle, top shelf about half way down in the University Place store.
            I hope that helps.....JW

            1. re: Chowrin

              But it doesn't come in a log cabin tin.

          2. I think you are thinking of BLD restaurant. It may be useful to call them and see where they get their cabins and/or who their supplier is.

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            1. re: gmk1322

              I am, and they are out of it, and said that their supplier is out of it too. Thanks

            2. Log Cabin brand syrup used to come in cabin-shaped cans (with the cap of course being the chimney), but that was sixty-some years ago. (Please don't ask me how I know that.) I didn't know anyone else was doing that these days.

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              1. re: Will Owen

                yes, i was thinking that too...
                the OP mentioned the particular one was General Foods Log Cabin syrup.
                maybe the restaurant just filled it with maple?

                there's an auction with just the tins:

                1. re: dumpycactus

                  Thank you for your reponse, but it was not log cabin.