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Orange Blossom Honey Fried Chicken

Two things that are synonymous with the South are Orange Blossom honey and Fried Chicken. Mix those two together and you have a sure-fire, crowd-pleasing main dish! This recipe is part two in our August meal-plan from food blogger Jared Jackson. Jared’s first recipe in this series was Wildflower Honey and Ham Collard Greens. Each…

Wildflower Honey and Ham Collard Greens

If you grew up in the South, chances are you were raised on greens. In southern states, “greens” is sort of a catch-all term for a variety of leafy plants including, collards, kale, chard, turnip greens, mustard greens, and poke sallet (“salad”). Around here, everybody’s grandmother has a secret family recipe for the preparation of…

Rosemary Honey and Black Forest Ham Sandwich

If you are planning a picnic this weekend or just looking for the perfect summertime lunch, then this recipe is for you. The best part about the Rosemary Honey Black Forest Ham Sandwich is that it is so simple yet so delicious, and it’s packed full of nutritious fresh seasonal ingredients! The Rosemary Honey Black Forest…

Honey Coconut Pumpkin Pie

If you love pumpkin pie as much as we do, you know how hard it is to wait until Thanksgiving every year for a slice. If this speaks to you, then you really need to try out this incredible recipe! Honey Coconut Pumpkin Pie is a tropical, summery twist on the autumn favorite. This recipe includes…

Summer Carrot Cake with Acacia Honey Cream Cheese Frosting

This is one of my favorite desserts that always seems to satisfy my sweet spots. I modified the traditional “Carrot Cake” recipe so that the Acacia honey cream cheese frosting was the start of the show. Summer is about relaxing and enjoying a pause in the annual chaos of our personal and professional day to…

Savannah Bee Rosemary Honey and Georgia Peach Chutney

As the weather gets hotter and we start spending more and more time in our backyards, it is important to shake things up and not get stuck in the predictable summer menu. Don’t get me wrong, I love BBQ and hot dogs with potato salad, but I think it’s important for us to flex our…

Lavender Honey and Herbed Goat Cheese Spread

Summertime isn’t always about backyard BBQ or grilling poolside, sometimes we want to have a small get together in the AC with our friends. Those nights are usually the nights we want to work the least, so having great recipes at our disposal that take minimal preparation time and effort are important and help us…

Orange Blossom Honey FroYo Bites

In Savannah GA, the weather is really starting to heat up. Most of us around here are always looking for new ways to cool down. Savannah Bee Orange Blossom Honey FroYo Bites are the perfect way to stay cool and healthy this summer. This frosty and delicious treat includes ingredients like almonds, fresh fruit, honey,…

Acacia Honeycomb and Buttermilk Biscuits

Most Southern folk are raised eating biscuits for breakfast. Recently, with the rise of the Slow Food movement and the emergence of the Southern chef, variations on this culinary staple are numerous. No matter how gourmet or avant-garde New South restauranteurs try to make the biscuit it still does and will always have only three…

Savannah Bee Acacia Honeycombjito

The Savannah Bee Acacia Honeycombjito is our special twist on the very popular Cuban cocktail, the Mojito. As Spring begins to settle in here in Savannah, GA, music fills the air and the patios and decks of cafes and bars fill up with people seeking to enjoy the beautiful weather. It is the perfect time to…

Honeycomb Filled Easter Chocolates

These sweet treats are easy to make and hard to resist. Honeycomb Filled Chocolates are perfect for any special occasion. I made these beauties especially for Easter but the great thing about this base recipe is that it is incredibly adaptive and flexible. Prepare your mold by lightly buttering each cup. I used this Sweet…

Honey Sesame Tofu

I’ll admit it. I was kind of nervous to make tofu the first time. It’s got a spongy texture that seems oddly tough and overly delicate all at once, and it smells bland. Boy, was I wrong. Turns out the jiggly soybean product is not tricky to cook, nor is it even remotely boring. In…