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Orange Ginger Cranberry Sauce

Just in time for the holidays, we've created this recipe just for you! It's a simple cranberry sauce, full of flavor and sweetened with honey and brown sugar.   If you don't happen to have any of our orange ginger honey on hand you can use any good quality honey and just add a touch of fresh ginger and an extra tsp of orange pulp. We hope you have an amazing holiday, and most importantly, have fun cooking! Ingredients 1 12 oz bag of cranberries 1 cup Phoenicia honey co orange ginger honey 1/3 cup fresh squeezed  orange juice 1 tbs orange pulp 1 tsp orange zest 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup toasted pecans chopped (reserve for finishing) Directions Place all...

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Upstate Dispatch: Saturday Shopping: Local Honey

Honey: a form of address, miracle food, medicinal unguent and mysterious immortal time traveler, having been found in Egyptian tombs intact, it has survived thousands of years. If only those crusty, aged urns of the amber nectar could speak, they could convey untold stories. What honey’s secret to eternal freshness? Lack of moisture, according to the Smithsonian Magazine and a combination of the following factors that produce a rare quality.

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Phoenicia Honey Company: Sweet infused raw honey to sweeten your palate

From Hudson Valley Good Stuff: Recently Elissa Jane Mastel, owner and creator of Phoenicia Honey Company, invited Hudson Valley Good Stuff to a private honey tasting in uptown Kingston at Chill Media North, a public relations company she founded. Confession: I have loved honey since I was a kid. I once snuck off with an entire teddy bear plastic bottle of honey and consumed it in one sitting. So, of course, I was eager to taste the new honey creations from Phoenicia Honey.

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Many Health Benefits: Cinnamon Honey

Cinnamon has a long history of use in both Eastern and Western cultures as a medicine. Some of its reported uses are in cases of arthritis, asthma, cancer, diarrhea, fever, heart problems, insomnia, menstrual problems, peptic ulcers, psoriasis, and spastic muscles. There are scientific studies to support some of these uses. Some of the confirmed effects of cinnamon are as a sedative for smooth muscle, circulatory stimulant, carminative, digestant, anticonvulsant, diaphoretic, diuretic, antibiotic, and antiulcerative.

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