3 Ways To Use Honey Other Than Eating It

Posted on: 27 May 2018

Honey, although it tastes wonderful and has a lot of positive properties when you eat it, also has lots of great external benefits for your body as well. Raw honey, such as from Brighton Wool & Honey Co., contains antioxidants and enzymes that are just as good for the outside of your body as they are for the inside of your body. Here are five surprising ways you can use raw honey, combined with other ingredients, on the outside of your body.
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Salsa And Soup, It's What's For Dinner!

Posted on: 18 October 2017

Salsa, such as from Mike's Salsa and Seasonings, can be used for more than just tortilla chips and as a topping for tacos. Salsa, with its tomatoes, onions, peppers, and spices, makes the perfect base for a hearty pot of Mexican-inspired soups. With the arrival of autumn and the temperatures dropping, soup, stew, and chili weather is in full swing. Here are two quick and easy ideas plus the perfect accompaniment for either, salsa cornbread.
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A Summer Of Perfect Picnics Starts At Your Favorite Bakery Or Deli

Posted on: 14 July 2017

Don't wait another day to plan a picnic with those you love. It doesn't require a lot of preparation or work, especially when you stop at your favorite bakery to pick up the star of the show- the bread. Consider also ordering fresh sandwiches from your local deli. Make time to enjoy more picnics this summer, and make things easier when you do. Start your picnic plates right with a trip to your favorite bakery or deli:
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Go Gourmet For Your Next BBQ: 3 Impressive Ingredients To Get

Posted on: 17 March 2017

If you are looking for a way to spice up your next BBQ, and are particularly interested in making it a more "foodie" or gourmet friendly event to impress your guests, then you should get some really high-end ingredients for your BBQ. You don't have to get a new, fancy BBQ smoker, or some other elaborate setup with cedar or maple wood chips; special foods and drinks should be enough on their own to transform the meal.
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