Try this recipe and make sure you use ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey. You can find ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey at Elliot’s, Taylors Mkt, Corti Bros, and the Olive Mix. You can also find ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey used at La Bonne Soupe Cafe, Thai Basil, Matteo’s Pizza & Bistro, 19 Handles, & Cafe Vinoteca .
ToBee Young Apiaries is pleased to see the Sacramento Bee “FEAST” featuring ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey in their current edition, 1.11.15. As a finalist in the 2015 GOOD FOOD Awards, we are happy to provide a truly urban honey that can stand up to the standards of Slow Food advocates, who see the value of locally produced foods as an important part of our daily dietary needs.
You can find ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey at Corti Bros, Taylors Market, Villa Sicilia, The Fulton Green Market, Elliots Natural Foods and the West Sacramento VEGGIE TRIKE – a “truly” mobile farmers market.
ARDEN HILLS GOLD Honey is also used by Thai Basil Restaurant, The Rind, The PEARL, La Bonne Soupe Cafe, Sugar Mama’s Bakery, and Matteo’s Pizza & Bistro.
We thank everyone for all your support and looking forward “ToBee” your local honey source for 2015.
We are offering custom bottling for the Holiday season. You can email us at email@example.com for pricing and availability. Honey makes a wonderful compliment to the traditional hostess gifts. You can pair ARDEN HILLS GOLD honey with your favorite gourmet cheese from the Rind Cheese shop , gourmet bread or crackers, hard fruit, and a libation of your choice to make the ultimate holiday gift. We have 3, 6, and 9 oz Hex jars by the case – 12 per.
A lot has transpired in the apiary this summer. The ‘girls’ have produced a fine quality honey which you can say is truly a local farm-to-fork food produced in an urban setting. We know we have a good product and decided to enter the GOOD FOOD Awards 2015 competition sponsored by the Seedlings Project.
Well__Arden Hills Gold made it to the finals out of 300 + entries in the Honey category. The honey was not only judged for quality but recognized for the sustainable management that we use, which allows the “GIRLS” to produce a high value honey with the minimum of intervention. Your continued support has allowed us to mange the “girls” so that you can enjoy the fruits of their work – or should we say ‘honey’ .