Pork (or chicken) BBQ Grub Rub

This is an adaptation of our secret competition chicken/pork BBQ rub!  There are subtle hints of heat accompanied by the sweet brown sugar and local honey!

Sticky Honey Ribs (Warning, you'll need a napkin!)

Wonderfully aromatic, sweet, hot, and sticky, these ribs are best made with a dark honey (Gallberry comes to mind).  They are perfect for a barbecue, as they can be left to marinate in the sauce for up to 24 hours. 

Citrus Honey & Balsamic Pork Stir-Fry

Asian cooking often uses honey as a substitute for refined sugar as it not only adds sweetness but also depth of flavor.

Honey-Mustard Chicken Wings (Slow cooker)

A sweet & tangy version of an American classic sweetened by the nectar of the God's, Local Honey!!!

Honey-Broiled Scallops

Scallops are best cooked simply and are particularly delicious drizzled with tallow tree or clover honey and broiled.  Honey can lose some of its beneficial qualities when cooked, so consider spooning a little extra raw honey over the scallops before serving.  For an even quicker version, leave out the leek and top the cooked scallops with thinly sliced scallions.

Honey Yeast Rolls

Nothing spells dinner like a hot out of the oven honey yeast roll!  YUM YUM!