Nothing says springtime quite like the return of tasty produce to the garden. One of the best ways to enjoy it, is in a fresh salad of course!
Your honey might be a dirt digger but so long as he or she isn't a gold digger, we have just the homemade treat for you to make their Valentine's Day sweet! Try this recipe for Honey Chocolate-Covered Strawberries. It's easy and you can find all of the ingredients you'll need at your local grocery store. We do recommend, however, visiting us to pick up a jar of our GSCO honey–the most important ingredient!
If you've already started your vegetable garden, you probably have snap pea vines that are beginning to trail along the topsoil or up a lattice. Come early May, these babies will be producing more snap peas than you can eat in one sitting. If you're looking for a super simple way to prepare your fresh pickings, try this Pickled Snap Pea recipe! They make great snacks, apps and go perfectly atop a fresh salad! You'll have your family saying: "Pretty peas! Can we have some more!"
It's Labor Day weekend and that's cause for a neighborhood gathering to get your buzz on! Want to impress your neighbors? Try this garden to table (or should we say: bee hive to table) recipe using your own honey. Don't have your own bee hive just yet? Swing by GSCO and pick up a jar of our sweet stuff!
Down with a cough? Don’t worry. Bee happy! Why is that? Bee-cause we have a super simple recipe to make your throat feel just fine. It’s all-natural and there’s no need to visit your local pharmacy. We do recommend, however, visiting us to pick up a jar of our GSCO honey–the most important ingredient!