beverage

Raw Strawberry Lemonade

by Tim

Kitchen Notes I substitute Honey Pacifica Creamy Wildflower Honey for white sugar in many of my recipes. It has a sugary yet fruity taste with barely a hint of traditional honey flavor, perfect for fussy children. This recipe is made slightly strong so ice can be added. Raw Strawberry Lemonade Servings: 1/2 Gallon Active time: […]

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Cacao Banana Smoothie

Cacao Banana Smoothie Recipe by Tim

This is raw honey recipe from our special guest Chef of the People Nathan Donahoe. Kitchen Notes I use avocado honey specifically for its sweet, molassesy taste that goes so well with the dark, bitterness of the chocolate. I love this recipe because it is reminiscent of my childhood where I would purposefully sog my […]

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Orange Lime Spritzer

by Tim

Kitchen Notes This is a perfect thirst-quencher to serve during the summer and spring months. The orange blossom honey adds a hint of orange fragrance that mixes subtly with the lime juice; creating a sweet beverage that your friends will not believe is healthy for them. Orange Lime Spritzer© Servings: 4 servings Active time: 5 […]

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Mango Honey Bee Ale

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Kitchen Notes Honey and beer go together extremely well – so well that this is our third honey beer this year. We’ve learned a little something from each batch and continue to work on making them tastier each time. For this beer we decided to take things tropical and use our Flavored Mango Honey. Flavored […]

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8 Creative Uses for Honey Jars

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We honey lovers have a problem, and that problem comes in the form of dozens of empty honey jars. I’ve grown to find these jars extremely useful and this week I’d like to share some of those uses with you. I’ve been collecting ideas over the last few months and while I’m sure this list […]

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Honey Iced Tea

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Kitchen Notes This recipe is solar powered: from the delicate field-grown tea leaves to the bees’ honey flowers and, finally, the almighty tea-brewing power of the sun. Although we are now full swing into spring we are still getting some last minute showers, which will really help our Southern California Wildflowers- making 2012 a great […]

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Honey Bloody Mary

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Kitchen Notes Lycopene? Check. Vitamin C? Check. Electrolytes? Check. Tangy, salty, sweet, savory, and delicious? Check, check, check, double check, triple check, check, and check. Just in case I haven’t made it entirely obvious, I love Bloody Mary’s. A good Bloody Mary not only contains a multitude of complex flavors, but also has some health […]

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