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Quick fact

The glucose in honey is absorbed quickly and gives you an immediate energy boost.

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9th Nov 2010 Posted by: Rowse

Grilled Honey Lime Salmon

It can be summer all year round with this delightfully light and fresh dish.

You'll need: Rowse Australian Honey or Rowse Pure & Natural Clear Honey, Dijon mustard, lime, white wine, olive oil, skinless salmon fillets, salad or vegetables.

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Did you know?..

The style (flavour, aroma and colour) of every honey depends on the type of nectars the bees harvest.

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9th Nov 2010 Posted by: Rowse

Grilled Halloumi Peppers with Greek Honey

A Greek-inspired and deliciously healthy dish.

You'll need: Rowse Limited Edition Greek Hill Honey, couscous, stock, butter, onions, courgette, tomatoes, peppers, Halloumi cheese, salad, oil, vinegar, mustard, thyme.

Quick fact

Bees have four wings.

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9th Nov 2010 Posted by: Rowse

Chicken and Grapefruit Salad

Breathe new life into a family favourite with this tasty twist on chicken.

You'll need: Rowse Tasmanian Honey or Rowse Pure & Natural Set Honey, soy sauce, olive oil, chicken, grapefruit, red chilli, ginger, garlic, avocado, walnut, coriander.

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3rd Dec 2010 Posted by: Rowse

Goat’s Cheese and Italian Honey Ciabatta with Parma Ham

Cosy up with this combination of creamy, crunchy, salty sweetness.

You'll need: Rowse Limited Edition Italian Forest Honey or Rowse Pure & Natural Clear Honey, ciabatta bread, soft goat’s cheese, Parma ham, basil.

Did you know?..

You should never feed honey to babies under a year old. That’s because their digestive tracts aren’t quite ready to process some of the naturally-occurring constituents in honey. Wait until they’re one year old, and they’ll be ready to start loving honey.

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7th Mar 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Hooray for Pancake Day!

Pancake Day (or Shrove Tuesday if we’re being traditional) is easily one of our favourite days of the year. Well, it’s pretty understandable, really...who doesn’t love pancakes dripping with honey?

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