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Bourbon Honey Mustard Wings

There is nothing better than fresh, hot chicken wings. That amazing blend of crispy outside contrasted with tender chicken keeps millions around the world coming back to this fan favorite. Weather you are watching a football game in the fall or enjoying a summer evening on the back porch they are the perfect appetizer or meal in and of themselves. But not every wing has to be spicy! These Bourbon Honey Mustard wings combine the classic taste of honey mustard with sugary bourbon flavors and the citrus kick of raw, Classic City Bee Company Orange Blossom Honey. After you fry up these killer wings you may never look at spicy wings the same way again! Ingredients: 1 Cup yellow mustard...

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Honey Pecan Banana Bread

While good all year round and perfectly acceptable at any time, a warm slice of banana bread is the perfect way to welcome the fall season. Banana bread is perfect for those times when you realize that the bananas you bought earlier are just on the verge of being too ripe. Instead of letting them go to waste use them to create a delicious dessert that everyone will love. The sweetness of the bananas and honey and the crunch of pecans invite you in and make you feel like you are home.  Ingredients: 1/3 Cup liquified coconut oil 1/2 Cup Classic City Select Honey 2 eggs 1 cup mashed banana 1/4 Cup milk 1 Teaspoon baking soda 1 Teaspoon vanilla...

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Honey Pecan Cherry Cobbler

Everybody has a sweet tooth. Some people just have a bigger one than others but everyone craves something sweet once in awhile. Cobblers and pies, that's what does it for this beekeeper. And yesterday I had a bad sweet tooth attack. This Cherry cobbler did the trick for me and rescued me from my craving. The soft crust of this cobbler combined with the crunch of baked pecans makes for the perfect topping to one of natures most underrated fruit. The cherry. This gooey desert is just begging to be eaten piping hot with a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream sitting around a family table. Interesting side note: this recipe originally called for 2/3 cup brown sugar but we...

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French Crullers with Honey Glaze

 Donuts make everything better. That's just a fact. It's science. And if donuts can make everything better just imagine when that donut is a French Cruller topped with honey glaze. This combination is unstoppable. The light, airy texture of the cruller combines seamlessly with the sweet creaminess of the glaze as it seeps into every nook and cranny of the twisted pastry. This is certainly not the easiest recipe we have shared on this website but you will still be amazed at how easy it is compared with the quality of the final product. There is no doubt that after you make this french pastry you will come back to this recipe again and again until it becomes a...

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Honey and Vinegar Collard Greens

Whether you decide to eat them for health, wealth, or the delicious taste, starting the year with collard greens is a fantastic way to kick off your new year. A staple in Southern households on New Year's Day along with black eyed peas, cornbread and pork or ham, collard greens are a perfect side for any day of the year. Commonly cooked with salted pork or ham hocks, this lighter recipe extracts bold flavors from the honey, paprika, and balsamic vinegar which blend to provide a perfect balance with the natural, rich flavors of the greens themselves. Ingredients: 1 lb collard greens, chopped into 1-2 inch squares 1 Tbs butter 1 tbs Southern Wildflower Honey 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 1/2...

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