Archive for the ‘ Candy With Honey ’ Category

Stirs the Soul Honey Dark Chocolate
Friday, October 24th, 2014

StirstheSoulhoney dark Stirs the Soul Honey Dark Chocolate

Stirs the Soul bars are made with Portland local honey and organic ingredients. Varieties include Honey Dark Chocolate, Honey Rose Chocolate and Honey Forest Chocolate. Bars are 1 oz. each.

Daren Hayes, raw chocolate alchemist, is a graduate of the Oregon Culinary Institute and is a self-taught chocolate maker. He stone-grinds 100% unroasted crillo and trinitario cacao into a paste called “cacao liquor” and combines ingredients to make his bars. His facility is nut-, soy-, gluten-, egg- and dairy-free.

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Hummingbird Ranch Honey Candy
Thursday, October 16th, 2014

honey mintcandy Hummingbird Ranch Honey Candy

All-natural honey mint and organic honey candy are two of the made with honey candy options at Hummingbird Ranch.

The candies are certified-organic, preservative-free, and dairy- and gluten-free. The honey mint variety comes in half-pound bags, and the assorted mix comes with honey, lemon, ginger, apple and more.

The people at Hummingbird Ranch, based in Staatsburg, N.Y., have always been interested in farming. Proprietor Rich Focht started to raise honey bees, focusing on products that could incorporate honey. He also sells wholesale honey at local farmer’s markets.

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Katherine Anne Confections Goat Cheese Walnut Truffle
Thursday, October 9th, 2014

KatherineAnnegoatwalnut Katherine Anne Confections Goat Cheese Walnut Truffle

Take goat cheese paired with honey, chocolate and crunchy candied walnuts, and you have a best-selling truffle from Katherine Anne Confections.

Collections come in three, seven or 20 pieces. This is one truffle in a line of hand-dipped truffles, soft honey caramels and pillowy marshmallows.

Since 2006, Katherine Anne Confections has been creating locally-focused sweets in Chicago. Ingredients include cream from a 500-cow herd of Jerseys in central Illinois and local wildflower honey. Katherine’s upbringing on a small Wisconsin farm led to an appreciation for fresh, delicious products. Her first venture started at the age of 10, and today you can find her stirring caramel and rolling truffles similar to how she did as a young girl.

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