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Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey Detox

This is by no means an original recipe. In fact it's a rather common remedy for multiple ailments which has been in use by many for decades. It can be used to battle coughs, sore throats, viruses and more. When the air starts getting cooler and the days start getting shorter it not only signals that fall is back, but so is cold season. The combination of pure, raw honey with the vitamin C in fresh lemons and the medicinal qualities of apple cider vinegar make for a powerful team to fend of the nastiest of household sicknesses. The quantities listed below are not concrete. In fact, it is only important that the ratios remain the same. Equal parts honey, lemon juice,...

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Pumpkin Honey Butter

In early September there is a noticeable shift in the air. Football season kicks off, the days get shorter, and leaves begin to change. Here in the South the temperature might stay in the nineties but it's unmistakable. Fall has arrived. And with fall, pumpkin spiced everything floods our kitchens. This Pumpkin Honey butter is one of the most simple recipes you will ever use but it makes a huge difference to any meal. It is the perfect spread to melt over a hot, freshly baked biscuit or to spread on a piece of crisp toast. The creamy, unmistakable flavor, highlighted by the sweet tang of our Orange Blossom honey makes for the perfect welcome to our favorite season. Ingredients...

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Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette

Many salad dressings are perfect for their season. A peach vinaigrette is perfect for Summer, and an apple cider vinaigrette is perfect for Fall. But this Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette is perfect for every season and every occasion. The sweetness of the honey combined with the bite of the balsamic vinegar combine to create a perfect union of rich flavors that complement any meal. The light, but powerful flavor makes it easy to eat healthy and keep your diet on track.  Ingredients 2 tablespoons Southern Wildflower Honey 1 tablespoon dijon mustard 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 garlic clove finely minced 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 3/4 cup extra virgin olive oil Instructions Whisk together the honey, balsamic, mustard,...

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Grilled Peach and Honey Vinaigrette

Here in the Peach State there are peaches everywhere you turn at this time of year. This salad dressing recipe provides a new way of using our favorite fruit. This is the time of year we are all trying to eat light. As fall, and the holidays quickly approach there are only a limited amount of days to take advantage of the peak season for fruits and vegetables. This vinaigrette gives a sweet fruity burst of flavor to any summer salad. This recipe can be made without grilling the peaches if you prefer. However, we find that the grilling process brings out a deeper flavor of the peaches and introduces subtle smoky flavors which blend well with the sweetness of...

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Summer Honey and Mint Fruit Salad

Summer is coming to an end and while the fall contains the promise of countless delicious autumn recipes there is still time left to enjoy the fresh tastes of summertime. Mixed fruit plates have always offered a light and refreshing addition to summer meals. The cool, chilled fruit offers a welcome contrast to the sweltering heat at an outdoor picnic or patio. This easy recipe offers a burst of sweet and minty flavors while keeping the meal healthy and simple. Children and adults alike will welcome this mouthwatering side at any meal. Ingredients: 4 cups cubed watermelon 2 cup sliced fresh strawberries 2 cups cubed honeydew melon 2 cups cubed canteloupe 2 cups cubed pineapple 1 cup green seedless grapes (Use any fruit you like...

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