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Apple cider syrup - how to use?

Linda W. | Jan 9, 200312:49 PM     4

After reading about it here on Chowhound a few months ago, I just picked up a small bottle of apple cider syrup in a store in the town where I work on the north shore of Boston. I've never had it before, and other than the typical drizzle over pancakes, waffles, french toast (which I don't make that often), how else could it be used?

Is it too strong (tart or sweet) to use by itself as a marinade for chicken or pork? (I haven't broken the wax seal yet.) Or should it/can it be mixed with something, such as fresh herbs - chopped thyme or rosemary - or anything else?

Any and all ideas are welcome. I'm looking forward to trying it!

Link: http://www.appleacresfarm.com/

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