Honey balls

Passover Honey Balls

The Sweet with the Bitter – Try Passover Honey Balls Since Passover and Easter are coming soon, I went hunting for seasonal honey recipes. I found this one for Passover Honey Balls. Thought it sounded delicious and easy to make. By the way, honey is kosher and a staple in Jewish cooking. See, for example: …

Nut bark

Chocolate with Honey

Happy Valentine’s Day: Chocolate with Honey I have a friend who is a Chocolate Yogi and makes the most exquisite healthy chocolates. If you haven’t had real chocolate with organic ingredients, then you have missed a deep, rich taste experience, filled with anti-oxidants. So, when I was researching for a Valentines Day Chocolate with Honey…

honey cranberry cornbread

Honey Cranberry Cornbread

Healthy Southern Favorite – Honey Cranberry Cornbread This is this week’s Food for Life Recipe from Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. I connected with this group through The Food Revolution Summit. They encourage us to eat responsibly and email a weekly recipe to support you shifting your eating habits. I highly recommend connecting, if you…

Honey Oat and Granola Pie

Honey and Oat Granola Pie

One of my favorite Twitter posters, Black Seed Cuisine, redid the pie crust for the Pillsbury prize winning Honey and Oat Granola Pie. Now, this is a healthy, delicious pie that anyone can make. I would like to thank Black Seed Cuisine for sharing this recipe with us on Twitter and highly suggest you follow…

Charoset, Passover Apple Salad

Passover Charoset with Honey

For Your Passover Pleasure: Charoset with Honey The first Passover I attended was put together by one of my best friends, Debbie Unterman. After reciting the blessings, she showed us how to make a matzah sandwich with Charoset (sweet apple salad) and Maror (bitter herbs). We then followed Tradition and ate the sandwich, talking about…

Honey cake

Christmas Honey Cake

Because there was a shortage of sugar across Europe (My Eastern European grandparents even told me that sugar was for the rich), honey often became the sweetener of choice. Since baking is not my forte (I’m strictly a savory caterer. ), I spend quite a bit of time researching and testing recipes for baked goods.…