Since we've settled into the house I'm back to my farmer's market visits on Saturday mornings. After shopping, I spend a couple hours playing with all my goods. It is some of my favorite kitchen creative time of the week. After swapping out flowers, I made these ricotta cherry tartines drizzled with dark chocolate balsamic, basil, fresh ground pepper and granulated honey. Yes, I know, granulated honey. I have some random & obscure ingredients, most of which have found their way into my kitchen as gifts (and I love it). You certainly don't need granulated honey, but it's a fun touch and if you're looking for it, @amazon can help you out. The dark chocolate balsamic was also a gift. You can find it at @seasonsoliveoil I love it alone with a good bread, generally enjoyed while I'm cooking 😉 but it's lovely when it finds its way into dishes too.
Stop by in-store or online to restock your Granulated Honey supply! Perfect for hot tea, iced tea, or anything else you'd like to sweeten like your morning oatmeal!
Raw honey. We love the texture of granulated honey. It's a seal authenticity. All raw honey will granulate over time. Some faster than others. The Chinese Tallow is on the faster end of the honey granulation spectrum.