Cheese and Honey: The Bee Raw Guide To Pairing Honey and Dairy

Bee Raw is excited to announce the publishing of our new eBook, Cheese and Honey: The Bee Raw Guide To Pairing Honey and Dairy. Download it for free and learn the best cheeses to pair with Bee Raw Honey Varietals.

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Topics: Home Chef, Tips and Tricks, Entertaining, Raw Honey

Bee Raw Kitchen: Honey Cocktails with Gin


When life hands you gin, make a honey cocktail.

Even better if that gin comes from Standard Wormwood Distillery, a Brooklyn-based, small-batch distillery dedicated to experimenting with wormwood, one of the key ingredients in traditional absinthe.

We recently met the masterminds behing Standard Wormwood, and, always up for an adventure, brought some of their Wormwood Gin back to the office.

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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Honey Cocktails, Home Chef

How We Picnic: Our Top 5 Tips for Outdoor Eating


It's picnic time in America. With the sun shining high and long in the sky and the weather driving us outside, we're here to share our tips for outdoor eating.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Raw Honey, Home Chef, Entertaining, Honey Cocktails, Beeswax

Grilling with Honey: An American Tradition


Few activities evoke American leisure time more than grilling, but can Americans lay claim to inventing the technique? In a word, no. Grilling, when the term is used loosely, dates back to shortly after the discovery of fire by our ancient ancestors—some 500,000 to one million years ago, well before Dad started flipping burgers in the backyard.

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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Home Chef, Bee Trivia

7 Hacks to Bring Summer Entertaining from “Summer Steam” to “Al Fresco”


Summer should be easy. It's a time for easy reading, easy clothing and all-around easy living. With the bounty of the earth at its greatest, it's also time to share in the joy of good food, al fresco. We like to entertain as simply as possible without sacrificing deliciousness, and you can too. Check out our tips for easy summer entertaining, and raise a glass, and a plate, to family, friends and summer fun.

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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Honey Cocktails, Home Chef

Peach Whiskey Smash


A peach and whiskey cocktail with a decidedly southern flair. 

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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Honey Cocktails, Home Chef

The Hemingway Daiquiri


A cocktail as classic & cool as the man who made it famous Hemmingway. Like its tequila cousin, modern times have basterdized the original into a crushed ice conconction garnished with a tissue paper umbrella. Here's the real deal, which we're certain will keep you coming back for more.
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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Honey Cocktails, Home Chef

Scallop Ceviche


Ceviche is a seafood dish traditional throughout Latin and South America — where seafood is abundant and the weather is hot. The fish is cured by the addition of citrus.  Use only the freshest seafood available. If scallops aren't at the market, halibut or any other firm white-fleshed fish will do. Spanish Pimenton, a pantry staple in our house, gives the ceviche a hint of smoke and dash of color.  

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Topics: Raw Honey, Entertaining, Home Chef

Twas the Night Before Christmas

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Topics: Entertaining, Home Chef

The Bee Raw Three-Way?

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. 

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 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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Topics: Home Chef, Entertaining

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