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Presidential Honey



From the George Whashington White House to the White House of today, there is one staple in the kitchen that hasn't gone away: raw honey. Made popular by George Washington and his special breakfast cakes, White House Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford maintains the honey tradition with her Comander in Chief Peanut Butter & Honey sandwiches. Yep, even the President needs a little comfort food from time to time.—Zeke     
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Twas the Night Before Christmas

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From Our Table To Yours



Mother's Day. For us it's not about flowers, or cute cards, or even gifts of our honey (well, those couldn't hurt). But seriously, at Bee Raw we think about Mother's Day in a different way. We think about the mothers who offer us comfort when we don't think we need it; guidance when we're lost and think we know it all; and love, in that unconditional way that only a mother can give. How best to celebebrate this Sunday? How about breafast for her—in bed. Happy Mother's Day everyone:


The Bee Raw Mother's Day Menu

Raspberry Honey Creme Fraiche (click to see the recipe)
 
Warm Scones 
 
Assam Breakfast Tea and Star Thistle Honey 
 
Honey Kir Royale  

From our table to yours.—Zeke

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The Bee Raw Three-Way?

Zeke Freeman's Superbowl Wings

No, we're not getting x-rated, we're talking football food. And whether you're rooting for Baltimore or San Francisco—or just watching for the commercials—this year, the Superbowl is a great excuse for a threeway. Threeway wings that is—Bee Raw style. As in three ways to spice up your tailgate party with an easy and fast wings trio.

Fast and easy, we bake them all at once, divide them into three batches and toss them in three different sauces and serve with an even faster and easy homemade blue cheese dip. 

Instructions
Cut 6 pounds of fresh or defosted wings in half if they are whole. Spread evenly on three separate baking trays. Toss wings in canola oil to coat them. Preheat oven to 375°F. Bake wings for 35-40 minutes. Prep sauces and dips (see BeeRaw.com for recipes). Remove one tray at a time and coat using the first bowl of sauce. Return to oven and bake for an additional 20 minutes. Remove one tray at a time and coat using second bowl of sauce. Place all wings on serving tray(s). Garnish Soy, Honey & Ginger Wings with chopped scallion and toasted sesame seeds.

Serve, sit back and savor.—Zeke 

Rare Varietal Honey > Single Varietal Honey > Seasonal Honey > Regional Honey

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