Amateur Sugar Maker

Front Cover
University Press of New England, 1992 - Cooking - 120 pages
3 Reviews
Noel Perrin's delightful account of building a sugarhouse and making maple sugar in Vermont first appeared twenty years ago. Like a sturdy New England farmhouse, Perrin has added to it over the years to reflect his subsequent sugaring experiences, and includes in this latest edition a "postpostpostscript." His celebration of simple, hard work to produce a "quite wonderful, maybe even sacred article" has not been diminished by plastic tubing, thrip infestations, and the strange new market for Vermont sap water.

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Amateur Sugar Maker

User Review  - John - Goodreads

This is a short book describing one man's entry into maple syrup business/hobby. It was written 40-some years ago, so there is a lot of outdated price information in the book. The author was very ... Read full review

Review: Amateur Sugar Maker

User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

I found this book in NYC and it is the perfect gift for someone very dear to me. I hope he faints when I give it to him in the Fall... Read full review

About the author (1992)

NOEL PERRIN has taught English at Dartmouth College since 1959, while learning and writing about the ways of rural New England from his home in Thetford Center, Vermont. Among his books are A Noel Perrin Sampler (1991), A Reader's Delight (1988), and First Person Rural (1978) and its three sequels.

Bibliographic information