Vermont leads the nation in maple syrup production. For the purest taste, head to the sugarhouse of a producer like Morse Farm in Montpelier, where maple sap is boiled down into syrup. During sugaring season, a traditional treat is fresh syrup ladled on snow to set up like taffy, often with a pickle and plain doughnut. And it's not summer in Vermont without a creemee (the local name for soft serve). The Morse family swirls their Grade B syrup into ice cream and serves it in a cone.
Special Dishes: Sugar on Snow, Maple Creemee
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