Five Ways to Use Honey
Take a pork loin cutlet, drizzle with soy sauce and lashing of honey, leave to marinate overnight then bake in the oven for a glossy, sticky cutlet. Serve on a bed of crushed potatoes
One of the best ways to get people to eat vegetables is to cut carrots, swede, onions and parsnips coarsely, spread them in a roasting tray with a good grind of black pepper, a little olive oil and honey. Roast well in the oven until golden brown.
Make a traditional panna cotta, but serve with a honey and rhubarb compote injected with hazelnuts for texture and crunch.
Honey and Sunflower Seed Bread
when making a great bread, have the addition of sunflower seeds throughout and add honey which is more natural than sugar. When bake, take from the oven and brush with a little honey and sprinkle sunflower seeds on top.
Take some Greek style yoghurt and put into a large shot glass, but at the bottom place some seasonal berries. Add on the top a good spoonful of homemade granola and as you service add a spoonful or two of honey. Let the honey run inside the glass for visual appeal.