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  • Honey & Berry Baked Cheescake Tarts
    June 2, 2021 the London Honey Company

    Honey & Berry Baked Cheescake Tarts


    As beekeepers, it's no secret that a mug of well-placed tea has kept us going in some very early hours on a Yorkshire moor, or with a van full of hives on an interminable stretch of night road. So we're delighted to collaborate with specialist tea producers Camellia's Tea House on a new recipe series. Whether its peppermint, green or black, adding a spoon of honey not only provides a daily dose of antimicrobials but points up the flavour of the tea (and with none of the white sugar guilt…) 
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  • Fresh Clams in Rum Butter with Cinnamon Honey
    March 18, 2021 the London Honey Company

    Fresh Clams in Rum Butter with Cinnamon Honey


    Our Travels in Honey continues and this week our guest chef Emily is reminded of the taste of kithul (palm sugar) mixed with jaggery, in our acacia honey infused with whole cinnamon quill. Infusing cinnamon in honey takes it in the...

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  • Lamb curry ‘shepherds pie’ & Isle of Purbeck
    March 11, 2021 the London Honey Company

    Lamb curry ‘shepherds pie’ & Isle of Purbeck


    This Travels in Honey recipe includes two options in one; a curry and a potato-topped pie, and also finds a thread between a British classic and classic Sri Lankan flavours. Honey is the balancing factor here, a touch of unrefined sweetness which highlights the umami and savoury notes by virtue of being different. A delicious Spring recipe... lamb is in season and pairs so well with spices and sweet potato.
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  • Travels in Honey: Slow cooked Chicken with Mango
    February 25, 2021 the London Honey Company

    Travels in Honey: Slow cooked Chicken with Mango


    Our Travels in Honey continues with Slow cooked Chicken with Mango. A recipe that operates on the same delicious premise say that lamb and apricots do, or sausages and apples, beef and quince. All of these are marriages of sweet and savoury brought together in a truly melting texture that binds the distinct flavours together.

    Same for chicken and mango, here, the Ginger and Turmeric Honey not only helps render the juices particularly syrupy (just the kind to mop up with some bread) but draws out the rich amber hues of the dish.

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