Taste the Local Difference: Four Food Finds for April
For April’s Four Food Finds with Tricia Phelps with Taste the Local Difference we talk about everything from local honey to Bee Well Meadery and even what’s in season. Here is the complete list from Taste the Local Difference:
What’s In Season: Honey
Honey is a complicated natural product. Put almost too simply, it is made from the nectar that bees collect from their environment. Because of this, there are over 300 different types of honey, which all vary in flavor and composition. Blog Post here.
Hilbert’s Honey is a great local option!
Try This! Bee Well Meadery, Ginger Peach Mead
Mead is a beverage created by fermenting honey with water, often with various fruits, spices, grains, and sometimes hops. Bee Well Meadery is located in Bellaire and Ginger Peach Mead is one of their flagships. You can get it on tap or in a four pack of cans. Find out more here.
Mark your Calendar: Virtual Cookbook Club Q+A with Chef, Author Abra Berens
May 7th, 6:30 PM Show off a recipe you’ve made from Abra’s cookbook Ruffage, chat with her about her culinary vision and learn tips/tricks for working with various vegetables. It’s a specific event available to TLD’s local food club members, here’s the link to register and learn more. www.localfoodclub.org
Plant Sales & Garden Planning
GT Conservation District is offering a pre-order on plant-by-number seedling flats now through the end of the month in advance of their Annual Native Plant Sale on March 15th. All plants are Michigan grown, organic, and ready to put in the ground as soon as you get them.