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The Fresh Honey Cookbook: 84 Recipes from a Beekeeper’s Kitchen — Sneak Peek

The Fresh Honey Cookbook: 84 Recipes from a Beekeeper’s Kitchen — Sneak Peek

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Published by Storey Publishing
This is sampling of pages from The Fresh Honey Cookbook by Laurey Masterton.
Releasing September 2013.

Book Description:
Celebrate the luscious flavors of honey with author and chef Laurey Masterton!

Each of the 12 chapters focuses on a month of the year and a specific honey varietal (such as tupelo, orange blossom, sourwood, or sage) and offers a complete seasonal menu showcasing that varietal. in November, you might choose cranberry honey and serve a meal of Candy Roaster Squash Soup, Endive with Pomegranate Seeds and Shaved Parmesan, Turkey Roulade in Puffed Pastry with Cranberry Chutney, Baked Acorn Squash, Elsie’s Cranberry Pie, and Hot Mulled Cider. Or in April, you might choose avocado honey and serve Guacamole, Borscht with Creme Fraiche, Avocado and Mango Salad, Rack of Lamb with a Coffee and Honey Crust, Glazed Baby Carrots, Rhubarb Cream, and Southern Iced Tea. The featured varietals are always optional; any kind of honey can be used.
This is sampling of pages from The Fresh Honey Cookbook by Laurey Masterton.
Releasing September 2013.

Book Description:
Celebrate the luscious flavors of honey with author and chef Laurey Masterton!

Each of the 12 chapters focuses on a month of the year and a specific honey varietal (such as tupelo, orange blossom, sourwood, or sage) and offers a complete seasonal menu showcasing that varietal. in November, you might choose cranberry honey and serve a meal of Candy Roaster Squash Soup, Endive with Pomegranate Seeds and Shaved Parmesan, Turkey Roulade in Puffed Pastry with Cranberry Chutney, Baked Acorn Squash, Elsie’s Cranberry Pie, and Hot Mulled Cider. Or in April, you might choose avocado honey and serve Guacamole, Borscht with Creme Fraiche, Avocado and Mango Salad, Rack of Lamb with a Coffee and Honey Crust, Glazed Baby Carrots, Rhubarb Cream, and Southern Iced Tea. The featured varietals are always optional; any kind of honey can be used.

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HONEY
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COPYRIGHT AND CREDITSThis is a sampling o pages rom
The Fresh Honey Cookbook
Text © 2013 by Laurey Masterton.
Photography © by Johnny Autry. All rights reserved.
No part of this book may be reproduced without written permis-sion from the publisher, except by a reviewer who may quotebrief passages or reproduce illustrations in a review with appro-priate credits; nor may any part of this book be reproduced,stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by anymeans — electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, orother — without written permission from the publisher.
 
The Fresh Honey Cookbook
 
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Some o the recipes here began their livesin the Blueberry Hill series o cookbooks, written by my mother, Elsie Masterton. Ieel that these recipes have become my ownater cooking them or mysel and my riendsand in my caé. Over time I have changedthem to accommodate the more modernpreerence or less at and sugar, changesthat my mother probably would have madei she had lived, and by replacing sugar with honey in many o the recipes. Te resultis a much more interesting avor, since honey — especially the moreunusual varietals — has a ar more complex avor prole than sugar.I have also included many avorites rom Laurey’s, my caé in Asheville,and, nally, some recipes shared by riends.I have organized each chapter around a specic honey varietal, toacquaint you with the diferences among varietals, but don’t eel limitedto using only that honey in a recipe. I make alternative suggestions incase you do not have the honey I recommend. I you’d like to pick up aparticular varietal, however, I’ve listed where I ound each o thesehoneys in the back o the book (see page 197). As you will read in the season openers, the beekeeper has importanttasks to do in each o the our seasons o the year. I describe those tasksand try to make sense o a complicated subject. I write rom the per-spective o where I live in the mountains o western North Carolina.Other places might have a milder or longer winter than I have, butseeing things rom my perspective will, I hope, provide a good startingplace or you to see the big picture.It is also necessary to note that the recipes in this book are written rommy geographical perspective, because I eature spring beets in March,or instance. You may be able to get spring beets in January where you
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