November 2015

New Fuller’s Sugarhouse Website: The Best Just Got Better!  

Fuller’s Sugarhouse is thrilled to announce that we have a new, visitor-friendly website. Along with an appealing design, the website is formatted for easy online searching and shopping for products and for optimal viewing on your mobile devices. We have added — and will continue to add — new, downloadable maple recipes and other information that you can use. Please check it out and let us know what you think!

Give the Very Best this Holiday Season

Maple Syrup Gift BasketWhen you give a gift of Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure maple syrup, candy, and sugar, you are giving the Best in NH-Best in the World. Make our Country Store on 267 Main Street in  Lancaster, NH one of your holiday shopping destinations. We have a large selection of gift baskets, boxes, and samplers, or you can build your own customized baskets.

All of our products and gift items are available for purchase online too! order holiday gifts online.

Our Country Store also features great products from other locally owned businesses. Please stop by and say hello!

If you can’t make it to Fuller’s Sugarhouse in person, you can find Fuller’s Sugarhouse products at many retail shops throughout New Hampshire and beyond. See other locations.

Maple Recipes for your Thanksgiving Table 

Try one or all of these recipes for your holiday gatherings. All of the recipes feature pure maple syrup from Fuller’s Sugarhouse.

Maple Cider Roasted Turkey with Cherry Compote

Maple Delicata Squash & Onions

Maple Pecan Corn Bread

Let’s Give Thanks for Pure Maple Syrup

A Native American maple sugar camp - 1853. Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Native American maple sugar camp (1853)
Image courtesy of the Library of Congress

As you enjoy your Thanksgiving feast — hopefully featuring some of Fuller’s Sugarhouse’s delicious maple recipes — have you thought about how maple syrup came to be? Native American people were the first to discover sinzibuckwud, the Algonquin word for maple syrup that means “drawn from wood.” There are many legends about how maple syrup was discovered, but it was likely by accident: either a pot was left under a broken maple tree branch and the sap later boiled into syrup while cooking, or a knife or axe was thrown into a maple tree and sap was found dripping out from the gash where the tool had cut the tree, or perhaps the Native people imitated the squirrels nibbling on maple twigs. The Native Americans shared their maple sugaring know-how with early settlers in the Northeast and Canada, and soon they were producing their own maple sugar.

At Fuller’s Sugarhouse, we are thankful to those early maple producers for discovering this special gift from the maple tree.

Source material from Maple Sugar – From Sap to Syrup by Tim Herd

Fuller’s Maple Syrup Featured in the Dana Farber Cancer Institute-
Jimmy Fund Holiday Collection for 2nd Year in a Row

Your purchase of Fuller's Sugarhouse Maple Syrup Gift Set from the Dana Farber and the Jimmy Fund's Holiday Collection will help raise funds for cancer research.Your purchase of Fuller’s Sugarhouse Maple Syrup Gift Set (8.45 oz bottle of pure maple syrup and a bag of maple buttermilk pancake mix) from the Dana Farber and the Jimmy Fund’s Holiday Collection will help raise funds for cancer research and provide services and support to patients confronting cancer. Dana Farber Cancer Institute, located in Boston, MA, ranks as the #1 cancer center in New England by U.S.News & World Report for 12 consecutive years.


Fuller’s Sugarhouse to Expand Maple Syrup Production 

Fuller’s Sugarhouse will be expanding its maple production as a result of its successful bid on a 15-year maple tapping lease on up to 723 acres within the 10,000-plus-acre Randolph Community Forest. “We’re very excited and pleased that the Randolph Forest Commission decided to entrust this new venture to us. We’ll work hard not to disappoint the Commissioners, townspeople, and everyone who made this locally controlled community asset a reality,” said Dave Fuller.

Fuller’s Sugarhouse will add 27,000 taps on this land and grow to 50,000 taps over time. When completed, this project will double, even triple, Fuller’s Sugarhouse maple syrup production. “This project will enable us to continue to ensure that we provide our customers with high quality, New Hampshire made maple syrup,” said Dave. “Our goal is to start building after the spring and be ready for the 2017 sugaring season.” Initially, all of the maple syrup produced from this new operation will be processed and packaged in the Fuller’s Lancaster sugarhouse; there are plans to build a new, state-of-the-art sugarhouse closer to the Randolph Community Forest.

Fuller’s Sugarhouse is a Proud Sponsor of CraftAlive!

Craft Alive LogosFuller’s Sugarhouse is a sponsor of CraftAlive!, the League of NH Craftsmen’s annual fundraising event to support emerging craftsmen and the continuation of handmade traditions. A lively crowd of art lovers and appreciators attended the November 12th event at the League’s headquarters in downtown Concord.