I don't know how I came across this book, but it's so neat. I love to collect old recipe books and cook books that were published way back when and I have a much too large collection. I found this book, and thought it was nice, had a lot of interesting tips and information, but I didn't know how much info was in this book. I always pick up these types of books at yard sales and thrift shops, because, well, you never know.
1st - Most of the recipes include honey, how cool is that?
When I started leafing through the recipes, I saw this one for honey taffy. I've made taffy before, but not honey taffy, so will have to try this one.
3rd - What shall we have for dinner section
4th - What to serve with what
and so much more. Some community cook books have a little bit, but this one has everything.
Ways to use left-overs! A great idea in these economically uncertain times. One can always be resourceful and creative with just a little bit of help.
The complete book is here.
Interested in the Essex County Beekeepers Association, their home page is here.
More about honey and health benefits.
I guess we'll always have a love affair with you, honey.