Tuesday, January 27, 2009

honey update.

morning

After all your awesome suggestions on what to do with this honey, I have to admit we've taken the simple approach. We've just been drizzling it on stuff. This morning, my son enjoyed some on his wheat toast.

morning2

Some of you might have noticed that Summer and I have all but given up on trying to make daily posts. We're both very busy and it's getting harder and harder to make time to get together and bake. That doesn't mean we've given up on the blog, it just means that we've got a lot of projects in the works! I'm trying to keep things going over here, but if you get bored in the meantime, make sure to head over to Design Is Mine, which is sporting a new layout and as usual, pointing out all the goodies Summer comes across online.

Look forward to seeing more guest posts in the future from some of my buddies, and the last few soups of the season before it gets too hot to make it. (yeah, like that's ever going to happen. IT SNOWED AGAIN TODAY.)

10 comments:

whatmegmakes said...

I totally understand... I never know when I can squeeze out a post or make something, it seems like the new year has less time!

becka said...

You guys always have such treats, they're totally worth waiting for! It snowed again up here too, I thought we were done! I'm always for more soup though, all year long.

Heather said...

glad to hear you're enjoying your honey! i could never do daily posts! it takes so much energy!!

REread said...

your blog is so cool ... it doesn't matter if there is a few days, give or take, between posts

Suze said...

hmmm...i had the most amazing honey and gorgonzola pizza. i'd love too see a recipe for something similar.

Aran said...

best way to use good quality honey anyway. that first photo is stunning!

Ashley said...

I miss your daily posts and inspirational images!

Susan said...

I think honey on bread pretty much sums up perfection. Oh - add a cup of tea. Yes. Perfection.

Angela said...

even though you're posting less, I'll still visit :)

and if you get sick of honey on toast.. add pear or avocado and call it a sandwich!

or try honey, goat cheese, and almonds (blatantly stole this idea from Whole Foods, but it is YUMMY)

plus a salad with beets, goat cheese, almonds and pear... with a cider vinegar/honey vinaigrette.

I heart honey.

Inkspot Workshop said...

right now I'm loving my Orange Clover honey, from a local GA beekeeper. I drizzle it every morning on my Greek yogurt, toasted almonds and flax seeds. This allows me a Big Mac later in the day:)