Come plop up to our Honey Bar in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Located at 38 Battery Park Ave. Featuring our wonderful selection of local North Carolina Honey, and raw honey from across the U.S., as well as our incredible selection of raw honey from Italy, France, Spain, Ireland, New Zealand, Austria, and Greece. Our downtown
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Spicy Candied Honey Bacon This recipe can make close to a pound of pork or bacon. 2 tablespoons hot honey (we use Firecracker Hot Honey for a spicy kick or Smokin’ Hot Honey for a smoky flavor ) 1 tablespoon Wildflower Honey 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard (I’ve also used yellow mustard) Cayenne Pepper to taste Oven
Pre-heat oven to 350. Use a non reactive pan (we use a glass pyrex) 4 cups ripe tomates, peeled and chopped (we use a variety of tomatoes). 1/4 cup of honey (we use wildflower) 3 tablespoons ginger infused honey 2 tablespoons unseasoned rice vinegar 3 tablespoons fresh basil chopped fine salt to taste Mix together
Pre-heat oven to 300. Rub pork ribs with honey (we use wildflower, but you can use a variety and experiment. We’ve also used Locust, clover and Sourwood), enough to lightly coat ribs for rub to stick to the ribs. Equal portions of dry yellow mustard, smoked paprika, salt and pepper (enough to coat a whole
Pre-heat oven to 400 (We’ve also cooked the chicken at 410 depending on the oven) Peel 1 or 2 peaches and remove pit. Slice thin enough to be able to stuff under the skin of chicken with out tearing the skin. Place sliced peaches in a bowl and marinate in 4 tablespoons (or to your
A wonderful new display is now front and center at the store. YYou really have to come see it to believe it. The words have not been invented to describe how beautiful this piece by Simone Wilson is.
Mix these dry ingredients together: 6 cups old-fashioned rolled oats ½ cup pumpkin seeds ½ cup sunflower seeds 2 cups nuts, whole or chopped(any combination-almonds, walnuts, pecans, cashews) Whisk these next 5 ingredients together until well blended: ¼ cup canola oil ½ cup honey ¼ cup maple syrup ¼ cup peanut butter ½ teaspoon salt Preheat
Encaustic- the word makes you curious and that’s how I became an encaustic painter. When I was painting with oils, someone said my work reminded them of encaustic. This is how my career in encaustics started. I now can say after many years “why” I paint, it’s the journey of each wax painting. I let
Asheville Bee Charmer opened June 16th with a special event during Pollinator Week in Bee City, USA.