SYRUP AND MOLASSES
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Making syrup is a careful process. It begins with selecting and growing the best cane. And it ends with knowing how to manage the cooking process. The Todds have perfected the art of knowing exactly when to skim the cane juice of chlorophyll and impurities and exactly when to "take it up" (dip it out of the hot kettle). Ribbon Cane Syrup is taken up at exactly 224 degrees, while Molasses is cooked to 232 degrees. Our blended pancake syrup contains a healthy corn syrup (not high fructose corn syrup) and a butter/caramel flavoring.
JAMS, JELLIES AND PRESERVES
SAUCES, RELISH AND PICKLES
BOILED PEANUTS, OLD-FASHIONED CANDIES AND PECANS
Mema Todd was a master cook and canner and believed in teaching this art to her children. Dewey Todd (6th generation) has worked to perfect several of her jelly and jam recipes, including watermelon jelly, concord grape jelly, strawberry fig jam, kumquat jam and marmalade, and many others.
The Todds have perfected a delicious relish made from our organically grown yellow squash. It is featured on the Newnan, Georgia-based restaurant, The Half Shell's, best-selling hot dog, called the L. A. Dog. We also put up a delicious "tangy and sweet" barbecue sauce made with real molasses. And our crunchy sweet pickles are second to none. Very soon we will introduce our own sloppy joe sauce, a sweet mustard dipping sauce (made with molasses) and an unsual and delicious tomato-based salsa for dipping.
Billy Todd came across a delicious peanut variety called the Heritage variety in 1904 and our family has continued to save and replant this delicious organic variety every year since then. It truly does make a wonderful boiled peanut. We also carry homemade old fashioned peanut candies such as chocolate and yogurt dipped peanuts and peanut brittle.
We want an experience at Todd Syrup Farm to be like "stepping back in time". That's why we decided to open our old fashioned General Store and Cafe. We sell products like old fashioned jams, jellies, sauces, dressings and syrups. Our emu products are manufactured right here in Headland, Alabama and include oils, therapeudic creams, lip balm, foot rub, shampoo, soap, etc. We sell these products in our store, but if you would like something shipped, please call our store at 334-693-2004 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.