Posts tagged ‘honey’

Good morning sunshine!

1029091053I guess technically it’s afternoon now. Regardless, I love the early morning and I LOVE my great big mug – or bug as I shall refer to it from now on –  and I love tea with milk and honey! This morning was particularly lovely because not only did I get to enjoy a steaming bug of tea, but I also remembered I had a loaf of Whole Wheat Chocolate Zucchini Bread that I made and saved for a rainy day in my freezer. HOORAY!

So I defrosted a few pieces, sliced up an apple to enjoy with it and snuggled up on my couch to watch the Rachel Ray Show, which I do when I can in hopes of finding inspiration for an upcoming meal.

1029091052Delicious &
Nutritious

Anyway, this last week has been kind of lame for me. I’ve been working nights all week and have hardly had any time to cook anything at all. And that, my friends, makes me sad. 😦

In the upcoming weeks,however, I plan to take culinary journeys to Germany, Jamaica, England, and maybe even a brief trip to Texas. I’m also hoping to snag an interview with someone who – for the time being – shall remain nameless because I don’t know if I can get it. FINGERS CROSSED! So be on the lookout for new posts containing interviews and new, scrumptious recipes! I can’t wait to get cooking again!


October 29, 2009 at 1:33 pm Leave a comment

Oh, honey

Hey folks!

I know it’s been a few days since my last post, but I’ve been a busy bee lately.

Speaking of busy bees, I am pleased to send a big THANKS to some legitimate busy bees and an even busier beekeeper for providing me with some fresh, local honey that I have the pleasure of enjoying in my tea as we speak. Yum. 🙂

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*image courtesy of carolinabees.com*

Honey is really one of natures wonders, don’t you think? Not only is it extremely tasty, but its health benefits are astounding.

Did you know that consuming local honey can help ease allergies and hay fever?

Now that flu season is upon us it’s also good to know that honey can help to sooth a cough or sore throat.

And I know by now we are all aware of my love of cooking – honey is a great substitute in quick breads and baked goods because of it’s ability to retain moisture.

So give it a shot!
Pick up some local honey.
You’ll be supporting
your immune system,
your local economy,
and your taste-buds!

October 28, 2009 at 11:11 pm Leave a comment


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