$ 26.99
Mayhaw Syrup - new flavor for sauces and cocktails and everything inbetween -12 Fl oz.

The mayhaw is the fruit of the thorny hawthorne tree. This small, round reddish fruit is about 1/2 to 3/4 inch in diameter and resembles a crabapple. It ripens from mid-April to early May, giving it the name: mayhaw. The hawthorne is a wild native fruit tree found along river bottoms and swamps from the Trinity River of Texas, east to Georgia and Florida, and throughout Louisiana.  The trees are long-lived and are known to produce fruit for more than 50 years. They are more resistant to disease and can withstand low temperatures better than common fruit trees.

Using Mayhaw Syrup

The juice of the mayhaw fruit makes delicious syrup used for punches, ice cream topping and to add flavor to sauces for meat and game (a great idea for all the hunters), poultry and barbecue. And Scott Parker adds that it is great over griddle cakes and in fine cocktails. Scott suggested trying this unique syrup to discover new flavors for old recipes. Great chefs find ways to use simple new ingredients to make very interesting new taste experiences.

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Scott parker, head chef at Session Kitchen