Comment from Customer about Cinnamon

Cinnamon Honey

We recently received this note from Susan, a recurring Winter Park Honey customer, regarding our December newsletter about cinnamon. Winter Park Honey’s cinnamon honey is made with the one true Ceylon cinnamon. Check out our cinnamon holiday special. Hello! I just wanted to make a couple of comments regarding what you wrote about cinnamon.  First, Ceylon […]

Local honey for the allergy season

Our local wildflower honey infused with pollen is our biggest seller. We have targeted several major cities across the U.S. We collect honey, hand collected tree, grass and bush pollen as well as seasonal bee pollen from across the nation. Using our patent pending process we infuse local honey with these locally collected pollens to […]

Rosh Hashanah Apple-Honey Cake

Recipe Inspired by Tori Avey Cake Ingredients 3 large eggs 3/4 cups Winter Park Honey (Clover, Florida Holly and Wild Florida Honey all work well in this recipe.) 1/2 cup white sugar 1/4 cup light brown sugar 1 1/4 cup canola oil 1 1/2 tsp vanilla 3 cups all purpose baking flour 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon […]

Honey-Baked Chicken with Tangy Apple

Chicken Recipe

Recipe Inspired by Tori Avey A drizzle of honey creates a nice browned skin on this baked chicken. It makes a lovely autumn meal accompanied by challah, a green vegetable and/or a salad. Tip: The tart apples, cooked with shallots and mustard, can also be served with other proteins, such as salmon, turkey, or duck. Ingredients: […]

I Love the Taste of Honey but is it Kosher?

Honey and Apples

This is a question we are often asked as the answer is YES, pure raw honey is kosher. In fact, a very special relationship exists between honey and Jewish culinary traditions. According to the Torah, (the Jewish law of God as revealed to Moses and recorded in the first five books of the Old Testament), […]

Sweet Meadowfoam Honey: Is It Made From Marshmallows?

Meadofoam honey

Meadowfoam is a plant native to the Pacific Northwest. It received its name because of its resemblance while in bloom to the white foam blowing on the ocean. The oil, pressed from the seeds, is very stable, and has the ability to extend the shelf life of less stable ingredients. The seeds are a source of nutrients […]

Curried Ginger-Honey Sweet Potato Soup

Ginger Honey

  Ingredients  1 tablespoon – olive oil 1 – onion, diced 4 medium-sized cloves – garlic, peeled 6 cups (48 oz.) – chicken or vegetable stock 1 lb. – sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks 1 medium – russet potato, peeled and cut into chunks 2 teaspoons – salt 6 tablespoons – Winter Park […]

Do Honey Harvesting Practices Need to Change?

jean the beekeeper

Some believe it’s time to return to the old ways for harvesting honey for the sake of the bees. Many blame viruses, mites, bacteria and beetles for the decline of the bees, but these are only symptoms of what ails them. Exploitative and mechanistic bee keeping methods could be the real culprits. What if the bee’s very […]

Sage Honey Roasted Acorn Squash

sage honey

This delicious Fall recipe was inspired by Chef David Guas, owner of Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery in Arlington, VA Ingredients   2 – acorn squashes 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon – water ¼ cup – Winter Park Sage Honey ½ teaspoon – kosher salt For Honey Butter: ½ cup – unsalted butter ½ […]