New England honey ranges from light and fragrant to dark and intense as the flower choices for bees change from spring to fall. Use honey as a topping for toast or ice cream, and sweeten up salad dressings, dips, and “drops.”
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- Arugula and Watercress Salad with Orange-Poppy Seed Dressing
- Curried Dip with Crudites
- Ginger Peaches
- Honey Drops
- Mustard à la Maison
- Susans Three-Day Coleslaw