It's sweet. It's healthy. It never goes bad.
Honey is really an amazing food.
We talk a lot about the importance of bees as pollinators, but sometimes you just have to appreciate the simple fact that they make a wonderful product.
It's easy to incorporate honey into your everyday diet, replacing other sugary substances. We have put together some of our favorite go-to recipes that utilize honey.
Plus, here are a few other ideas to use!
Bruschetta with gorgonzola cheese and honey from Tablespoon
Honey Oat Bread from Bakingdom
No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Squares from Cookies and Cups
Strawberry Fruit Leather from the Pioneer Woman
My husband doesn’t usually go pheasant hunting, because it’s difficult to do without a hunting dog, and our Olde English Bulldog just doesn’t seem to like the outdoors…or being active…or being awake. So I haven’t had the chance to eat pheasant before, but this year he went hunting with a friend and shot a pheasant.…Read More
This is one of my favorite wild game recipes, because I throw pretty much whatever protein I have in the freezer in this dish. My favorite combination so far has been with wood duck, venison and sausage. I’m also thinking of trying it with fish! Jambalaya (adapted from Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen Cookbook) 1/2…Read More
With all the reasons out there to work to save our bees, one reason is definitely delicious — honey. (Honeybees and their native relatives) Not only is it scrumptious, but it also has many other appealing qualities: 1. Honey doesn’t spoil. The oldest honey was found in the country of Georgia and dates back thousands…Read More
Cream of Pheasant, Wild Rice & Mushroom Soup by Barbara Tagami 2 PHEASANT BREAST MEAT 1/2 TSP SALT 1/2 TSP GARLIC POWDER OR 1 CLOVE FRESH GARLIC –SLICED 2 TSP CHICKEN BOULLION OR 2 CANS CHICKEN BROTH BLACK PEPPER to taste COMBINE INGREDIENTS IN A POT AND ADD ENOUGH WATER TO COVER THE PHEASANT…Read More
As promised, I bring you the first of many Barbara Tagami Wild Edibles recipes. We hope you enjoy it! (Wild game jambalaya recipe) We would love to hear your thoughts on the recipe, your comments after tasting it, or even your own recipes – if you’re willing to share. Just leave a comment at the…Read More