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So Many Ways to Love
A light drizzle on toast can turn a piece of bread into a spectacular breakfast – honey is that special. The best part about this finger-licking treat is how the different varieties take on the characteristics of the flowers they were cultivated from.
Use mild acacia honey for fruit salad, clover for tea or coffee drinks, orange blossom for cakes and cookies or lavender for sauces and salad dressings.
For everyday use, my favorite honey is from my local farmer– the clean and lightly floral flavor is second to none.
From grilling to roasting, honey can be used with just about any cooking method, and it can be used in recipes served either hot or cold.
Replace sugar with equal parts honey in your favorite muffin recipe – the silky texture helps keep baked goods moist.
Give salad dressings, dipping sauces and hummus a hint of sweetness.
Coat & Roast
Honey acts as a flavor-packed glue for crispy coatings. It also gives roasted tofu a scrumptious golden crust.
Baste vegetables, chicken or fish in a mouth-watering honey lacquer.
Bring out the flavor of fruit and nuts with a touch of honey.
Tell Us: How do you cook with honey?
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