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Pomegranate and Wildflower Honey Salsa Flatbread

Pomegranate is steeped in rich culture and tradition. In more contemporary context, however, this beautiful, jewel-toned fruit is super healthy and full of antioxidant qualities. This fresh take on flatbread has such versatile potential. Bright orange peel, sweet dried cranberries, and delicious Wildflower honey from Savannah Bee Company bring life to this age-old dish. Straight…

Mead Sangria

Have you ever tried mead? It’s the oldest and most versatile form of alcohol known to man, yet it doesn’t receive as much recognition as other more traditionally served spirits. Commonly called “honey wine,” mead can take the form of many different alcoholic beverages depending on which yeast is used. I recently tried the Rosé…

Grill Honey and Porter Glazed Chicken Kebabs

Last week we celebrated the grand opening of our mead bar on River Street! I had the amazing opportunity to cater the event with honey-based recipes, both old and new. The biggest hit without question was the Grill Honey and Porter Glazed Chicken Kebabs. I probably refilled the platter six times over the course of…

Acacia Honey Dried Apricots

Summertime is here, there’s no doubt about it. When it gets this hot outside, the last thing I want to do is spend my time in a scorching kitchen. So instead of toiling away this week to create a recipe that requires baking, I decided to take the easy road with a no-bake snack. Dried…

Walnut, Goat Cheese, and Savannah Honey Crostini

  Entertaining guests at the last minute can be a total nightmare. There are just so many factors to consider: Will everyone get along? Will there be enough wine? What will I serve? Occasions like these merit an arsenal of simple, quick recipes that can be whipped up at a moment’s notice. Cue the Walnut,…

Tupelo Honey and Sriracha Compound Butter

Sriracha has been having a moment lately, earning itself a spot in recipes alongside old mainstays like bacon, chocolate, and the like. On the other hand, Savannah Bee Company’s best-selling Tupelo honey has been a consistent favorite in many dishes for years. I decided to marry the two sensational ingredients into something equally as versatile…

Orange Blossom Honey Granola

Granola is such a versatile snack, and so easy to make. So why do we insist on buying it at the grocery store? These thoughts occurred to me this week and I decided that rather than paying for small batch boxes of granola, I’d try making it myself. The result was way easier and faster…

Carrot-Apple Slaw with Acacia Honey Vinaigrette

In the South, summer and coleslaw seem to be synonymous. And while the cookout staple does make for a tasty side dish, it has always seemed a bit lackluster to me. This summer I decided something a little more enticing was in order. That’s when it hit me – not only could I substitute bland…

Queen’s Libation Cocktail

This time of year in the South requires one thing of all who venture outdoors: an icy cold beverage. With that in mind, I set out to concoct a seasonal cocktail befitting all warm weather activities. I present to you the Queen’s Libation. I pureed raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries together and made a simple syrup…

Winter White Honey Mustard and Baked Sweet Potato Fries

It’s no secret that sweet and salty is a palate pleasing combination – a pairing I’m frequently inclined to consider when creating honey-inspired dishes. Today I’ve taken honey mustard, a common salty-sweet condiment, and kicked it up a notch. Instead of traditional, liquid honey and yellow mustard, I substituted Savannah Bee Company’s Winter White Honey…

Baked Brie with Pears, Almonds, and Wildflower Honey

Brie is a creamy cow’s milk cheese that originated in France. Its buttery flavor pairs well with many ingredients, but my absolute favorite dish to use it in is Baked Brie. You can use any in-season fruits, veggies, nuts, and herbs you have on hand. For today’s dish, I pulled some fresh rosemary from the…

Healthy Acacia Honey Truffles

There are at least a million recipes out there for peanut butter and chocolate truffles, most of which call for powdered sugar and butter. So, I figured I would try making a healthier version of these delicious treats. I used whey protein powder and Savannah Bee Company’s Acacia Honey. The vanilla notes of this super…