Hunter’s Honey Farm


My smoothies this week would have been missing something if it weren’t for local honey from Hunter’s Honey Farm.

Honey is a great natural sweetener, and has health benefits too. Hunter’s Honey Farm has been making honey for 90 years, and are on their third generation of beekeepers. Their honey is never flash heated, pressure filtered, pasteurized or cooked, to keep it as pure, natural and flavorful as possible.

As I mentioned, I used my honey primarily in my smoothies, so they recommended I use alfalfa honey, since it does not harden when mixed with cold drinks. But don’t limit your honey just to smoothies, there is a whole slew of recipes incorporating the sweetness of local honey.

Posted in Chew On This,Going Local by Rhaya on September 21, 2007 | Permalink | 1 Comment

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  1. Karen says:

    Hi. Thanks for highlighting my local honey article. Love your site by the way – – you’re doing great things! Karen Berner, Food Editor, The Daily Green

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