Several years ago I read an article by an elderly gentleman from Minnesota in which he was reminiscing about his childhood breakfasts. In it he wrote that many people assume Maple syrup to be what was traditionally served up north, but in fact it wasn't what you'd find on the table at homes or diners. I cannot remember what he said the traditional syrup served was. He said it was to Minnesotan's what sorghum molasses is to the south and Maple syrup to the northeast. If anyone happens to know, I'd appreciate the information. Thank you.
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