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Arizona beekeepers adjust as honey production slows


Locally produced honey is flying off the shelves – so much so that many honey producers cannot meet the production demands. “I’m not having problems selling my honey,” beekeeper Dennis Arp said. “I’m having problems with producing enough.” Fifteen years ago, Arp’s Mountain Top Honey Co. in Flagstaff produced 126,000 pounds of honey a year.… Read More →

The Dish: Honey Butter Recipe

honey butter image
by in Blogs

Honey and butter, sounds like a match made in heaven! This simple homemade treat adds a special touch to your morning toast and can be a great housewarming gift. Try spreading it on homemade biscuits or stop by a local bakery like Bread Basket Bakery and pick up some fresh made bread! Honey Butter —… Read More →

The Dish: Chili and Honey Chicken Recipe

chilies and limes
by in Blogs

Honey’s not just for sweetening your tea! Add depth of flavor to a dish by drizzling in a little honey or use it to compliment tangy, spicy recipes like this one. Chili Lime Chicken with Honey — 2 tablespoons chili powder — 1 tablespoon mild honey, preferably local — 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice —… Read More →

The Dish: Cherries in Honey Syrup Recipe

Cherries in Honey
by in Blogs

September is the National Honey Month and we’re celebrating with some recipes featuring this liquid gold. Even though the calendar says it’s fall, there’s still time to can and preserve for those cold (or not so cold) Arizona winters. These syrupy sweet cherries are super simple and taste incredible on almost anything! Cherries in Honey Syrup… Read More →