Classic City Bee Company Recipes — november RSS



Honey Roasted Carrots

I'm going to be honest with you. I generally don't like cooked carrots. I didn't like them when my mom made me eat them as a kid and I don't like them now that my wife makes me eat them. Except for these carrots. These Honey Roasted Carrots taste more like sweet potatoes and I can't get enough of them. I'm kind of mad these aren't the way I've eaten them my whole life. Orange Blossom Honey is my favorite honey for roasting and grilling. The subtle citrus flavors embedded in the thick honey add a richness to cooked dishes that is unparalleled. The combination of the honey in this side dish with the salt and pepper makes for a...

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Chicken and Waffle Sandwich

There is no superior comfort food than chicken and waffles. It's a combination that on some level doesn't feel like it shouldn't go together but it does, and it's perfect. Something about the classic meal just feels like coming home. Maple syrup is the go to sweetener when eating this family favorite but at our house no meal is complete without pure and raw honey. We usually combine honey and maple syrup to perfectly compliment the buttery lightness of warm waffles fresh out of the waffle iron. This recipe adds a new twist on chicken and waffles by combining them into perhaps the perfect sandwich. Honey isn't the star of this dish but its addition brings out a richness in...

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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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Rosemary Honey Turkey

There is nothing like a beautiful Thanksgiving turkey to make you feel like you're home. Our Southern Wildflower Honey pairs perfectly with turkey or other poultry and when combined with the strong flavor of rosemary it creates a perfect blend of sweet and savory for your holiday meal. Every year our family gathers around the table to remember all that we are grateful for and we hope you join us with this family recipe from our house to yours. Ingredients: 18 pound whole turkey Stuffing according to your favorite recipe 8 Sprigs of fresh rosemary 1/2 cup butter 1/4 cup Southern Wildflower Honey Salt and pepper to taste Instructions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Remove leaves from four of...

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Honey Sweetened Cranberry Sauce

This simple recipe is a sweet addition to your holiday table. Sweetened with natural honey as opposed to refined sugars or syrups, this new take on an old classic is a healthier alternative to satisfy your sweet tooth during a holiday feast. Ingredients: 4 cups raw cranberries 2 cups water 1 3/4 cups Southern Wildflower Honey Instructions: In a large saucepan, combine water and honey. Bring to a boil while stirring. Boil rapidly for 5 minutes. Add the cranberries, and return to a boil. Let boil, uncovered, over high heat for 10-15 minutes or till skins pop. For a thicker sauce, cook a little longer. Remove from heat, and serve warm or chilled. Makes about 4-5 cups, depending on how long...

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