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The ten best recipes to make with honey?

So this is Day 100 of the One Hundred Days of Honey. In my last blogpost, I said I felt full; now I actually feel rather empty 😦 But there have been some wonderful things I’ve been filled with over … Continue reading

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The ten best honeys in the world?

It’s been (almost) one hundred delicious days of honey. If all goes to plan then tomorrow will be the final post in this blog. I feel sad, I feel I’ve learned a lot, and I feel rather full. I’ve loved … Continue reading

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Orange and honey creme caramel

Following yesterday’s tarte tatin I’m obviously still feeling a little upside down as I’ve made another recipe which requires inversion to serve. This is from one of my favourite cookbooks – the ‘Bees Online’ honey recipe collection. It makes a … Continue reading

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Honey tarte tatin

  I’d never made a tarte tatin, but always enjoy messing around with pastry. The lesson I learned today is… before you start messing around with pastry, read through to the end of the recipe and check whether any of … Continue reading

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‘Apiscotti’ biscuits made with bee-pollinated ingredients

I love the idea for these biscuits –  made up of ingredients almost all in existence thanks to the bees, apis mellifera. It’s a good reminder that one in every three mouthfuls we eat is bee-dependent – not just fruits … Continue reading

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Delicious Coventry tartlets

I have a new favourite honey dessert! I found this recipe in the wonderful Honey I’m Homemade recipe book (though there it is accredited to a booklet published by the American Honey Institute in 1941). It produces 10 gorgeous creamy, … Continue reading

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Green beans with honey and garlic

Now this is a surprise! I’m never usually convinced about sweet flavours with savoury – sultanas distracting me from my curry or Wensleydale ruined by putting blueberries in it. But it turns out that sauteing green beans in olive oil … Continue reading

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