Blue Ribbon Honey Bread

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Making bread is one of the many hobbies that I enjoy. It began with a simple time-tested white bread recipe, but soon evolved into multiple experiments with various ingredients.  I’ve settled in on a favorite that I call ‘honey mixed grain bread.’ Continue reading

Put Some Honey In Your Beat-The-Bug Arsenal

Tonn's Pure Honey

Tonn’s Pure Honey is non-pasturized, perfect for infusions.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, influenza is everywhere. We’ve had a round of it in our house, and it wasn’t fun. I can’t remember the last time we drank so much hot tea– my poor hubby, who was trying to stay warm, drank it by the gallon, it seemed. I drank it strong and a little sweet, to stay awake if he needed something. It was long week, and we used lots of honey and lemon in the tea.

As he began to feel better, I started wondering how I could do the honey-lemon-tea thing more efficiently. After all, I didn’t want to have to run to the store for more lemons to squeeze every time I turned around twice. So I did a little research, and stumbled on this wonderful tutorial on making infused honeys. Continue reading