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Chris Cosentino's Maple Pepper Glaze

Straight from the kitchen of chef Chris Cosentino comes this simple and tasty recipe that'll enhance your next dinner. Chris recommends it on grilled or fried chicken, try it on roasted pork, or roasted vegetables, heck it's so good you'll want to just have it by the spoonful. Salty and sweet with a
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Granola Chocolate Chip PANcakes

It's spring and especially here in Vermont that means it's maple syrup season! While you're correct in saying maple syrup is for all seasons, it's the cold nights and warm days characteristic of a Vermont spring that cause maple sap to flow.Our friend and chef Lentine Alexis is excited to give
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​Lentine Alexis: Fueling + Training Wisdom to Optimize Your Winter

Winter is a critical time for athletes to keep moving - it’s good for our bodies, our brains, our immunity and for a strong spring and summer season! But because of the added stress of exercising in the cold, and through a season when our bodies are searching for a natural pause in our activities, w
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Winter Tricks and Tips

This time of year, motivation to get outside and stay active often goes in the direction of winter temperatures. Namely, down. We're fortunate here in Vermont to have a tight community of adventurous outdoorsy folks, who don't see winter as an obstacle, instead as an opportunity. We reached out to t
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Triple Ginger Gingerbread

With the dead of winter now settled in, it's helpful to look for ways to put some pep in your step. (Maple) sugar, and spice, and everything nice is just the trick in this rich and velvety gingerbread recipe. With real ginger incorporated three separate times, you're getting triple the nutritional b
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UnTapped's Own Maple Granola

One of our in-house athletes, Aliza Lapierre, conveniently is also our in-house contributing chef. She often arrives to the office with any number of outrageously delicious treats. And while maple syrup isn't always the common thread in these recipes, it's a safe guess that there's likely at least a
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