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15 Self-Care Spa Treatments Starring Ingredients in Your Kitchen

These all-natural at-home spa treatments are easy ways to practice self-care, and they're made from ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Just because spas aren’t booking appointments...

honey-walnut prawns: anyone know their origins?

by tatamagouche 12 years ago

Wondering how this guilty pleasure came to be. A quick Google search merely points to its bastardization.


by Poopy 15 years ago

In an effort to combat allergies, I am looking for honey made by bees in the LA area. Anyone know of any local suppliers? Please don't tell me to go to the Farmer's Market...unless you know of a sp...

Boyco Foods Buckwheat Honey @ Portland Farmers Market at PSU

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

One of the most unique things tasted at the Saturday morning Portland Farmers Market https://www.chowhound.com/post/briar-rose-creamery-portland-farmers-market-psu-1076078 , was the Buckwheat Honey...

Bees Kept on Notre Dame’s Roof Have SURVIVED The Fire!

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

This is wonderful news. "200.000 bees that were living on the roof of Notre Dame have survived the fire blaze! These three hives were put on the cathedral’s rooftop in 2013 for a biodiversity pr...

wild mountain brand honey

by jasmurph 14 years ago

I'm a bereft ex-bay area person; i became addicted to wild mountain brand honey, which as far as I can tell is from Oakland and isn't available outside the Bay Area. Does anyone have an email addr...

WaPo on "The Sommeliers of Everything"

by patsully 1 year ago

"Perhaps you are someone who thinks honey is just honey. Or tea is just tea. Or olive oil is just olive oil. Or water is just water. Or a cigar is just a cigar. Or mustard is just mustard. If so, y...

? name of Italian fried honey cookies

by momiecat 8 years ago

My grandmother used to make these and sometimes dipped them in powdered sugar. I cannot remember if they were fried but I think they were. They were really sticky and messy but good. Can anyone ...

Apple Taste-off: Honeycrisp vs. Pink Lady

Low Country Jon
by Low Country Jon 13 years ago

After all the talk on the board about honeycrisps, I had to find some, and while I was at it, I bought some nice pink lady apples, too. The honeycrisps were organic from Michigan while the pink la...

Honey themed dinner

by vanessa7 2 years ago

My husband and FIL are extracting honey from the family beehive next week and I would like to put together a honey themed dinner. My first thought was buttermilk fried chicken (maybe the Ad Hoc rec...

Honey is not supposed to spoil

by RGC1982 12 years ago

I have read and heard many times that honey does not spoil, and that honey from hundreds of years ago may still be edible. However, I find this a little hard to believe when I can't seem to be a...

How is comb honey eaten/served?

by stratford 11 years ago

I have never seen comb honey served in any restaurant, so I'm curious how it is supposed to be served and eaten. Is it an appetizer, meant to be eaten with knife and fork? Is a chunk of it suppos...

Honey Mustard Sauce similar to KFC?

by javaandjazz 12 years ago

I don't know about anyone else on here but I love KFC's honey mustard sauce. I purchased a brand, I think called Franks at the grocery store and it was just awful. Do any of you know of honey musta...

Honeybells...are they worth it?

by jpmcd 11 years ago

$20 for the citrus, $10 for shipping...I love clementines, mineolas, pink grapefruit and navel oranges...will I like honeybells for $30??

Jiggering Highly Viscous Liquids (Honey, Gomme Syrup)

by EsotericWaffles 2 years ago

Does anyone have any tips on how to measure out and pour viscous liquid with consistent results? Part of me thinks it would probably just make sense to develop a standard weight for the ingredient ...

Dried honey powder?

by Howard_2 12 years ago

I recently came upon a company that was selling something it called "dried honey"--honey from which the moisture had been removed, and which was now a powder, which (the demonstrator claimed) could...

Honey straight from the honeycomb?

by tolerating 3 years ago

Hello guys, I've heard there are couple of places in Montreal that sell honey from honeycombs they have. I am not talking about manufacturers... I am talking about small communities with share...

Substitute molasses for honey?

by Howard_2 3 years ago

To what extent do you think you can substitute molasses for honey in a recipe? Of course, the taste will be somewhat different, but it seems to me there's a lot in common in the 2 substances. (...

Trader Joe's Honey

by Fritz 3 years ago

I've been enjoying the Turkish honey the last few years. Any others worth trying for taste? Not imaginary health benefits, taste.

Ginger - Futurologists Take Note

by jounipesonen 3 years ago

I have diced fresh ginger into small bits. Packed a Ball jar full - and then continously poured in honey. It was evenutally all filled - the solution was watery in the end - as the honey no d...

Flavor Question

by VinoPair 4 years ago

I've got a food bite with pear, blue cheese, honey, and walnuts. What's another ingredient I could use to take this classic pairing - Over The TOP!!! Need your expert opinions please. Thanks!!...