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Financiers are pretty much the easiest cakes to make, lightly spongy and always moist thanks to their egg white content. For these, find the darkest, richest honey you can find (I prefer dragon eye honey), brown some butter, and have these for breakfast for the rest of the week.Click here to see Cooking with Honey — 8 Great Recipes.

Feel a winter cold coming on? Looking for a way to wind down while you cozy up to your favorite holiday movie? This Honey Bourbon Hot Toddy has all the winter charm you need to make your season merry and bright and slightly buzzed.This recipe is courtesy of Gifts.com.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.

Summer desserts don't get any easier than these juicy, fruity wedges of lightly grilled pineapple.

This four ingredient dessert is both satisfying and healthy. This recipe is courtesy of Olmstead.

Finally, a hot toddy recipe that isn’t filled with unnecessary calories! Though this recipe calls for honey-infused bourbon, it also calls for honey green tea, creating the perfect balance.This recipe is courtesy of Shape.

This simple dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth, while delivering a nutritional punch. Honeydew melons are packed with vitamin C, while honey has antibacterial properties to fend of the cold and flu.

For most cocktails, this thinned honey syrup is preferable to honey itself, which is too viscous. You can add other flavors to the syrup while you heat it: lavender, rosemary, and jalapeño are all great additions.

Try an old classic: warm milk with honey is as soothing, warming, and delicious as it was when you were five. Try spicing it up with a little cocoa powder, a splash of honey, or a dash of cinnamon, cardamom, or any other spice that inspires you.

The useful thing about this dressing is that it doesn't only have to be using as a dressing. It can also be served alongside satays or potstickers as a dipping sauce. Or you can baste shrimp or other proteins and vegetables on the grill with this for a hint of sweetness and tang on your barbecued foods. The uses are many and what's best is its easy to make!

Watermelon has high water and magnesium content and bananas are chock-full of vitamins and minerals to help conquer a headache. Honey is also rich in many minerals that aid in blood vessel relaxation, which promotes the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.Click here to see 11 Drinks That Will Cure Your Headache.

Milk and honey is a common combination. With some added fruit, they make the perfect smoothie too!

A little honey makes everything sweeter, even an already perfect guacamole recipe. Savory, creamy, spicy, and sweet — what more could you ask for?This recipe is courtesy of Savannah Bee Company.


Russian Honey Cake

Gentl and Hyers for The New York Times. Food stylist: Maggie Ruggiero. Prop stylist: Amy Wilson.

The key to making this exquisite, gravity-defying cake, which comes from Michelle Polzine of 20th Century Cafe in San Francisco, is patience. This cake takes a lot of time! Set some aside to do it right. There are just two components — airy, lightly spiced cake layers and glossy whipped-cream frosting, both tinged with burned honey — but both require precision. Clear your schedule, and your countertop, to make the time and space to get it right. Then invite a dozen or two of your favorite people over the next day to delight in the impressive results of your hard work. You can buy dulce de leche at most Mexican markets or upscale groceries (look for brands made in Argentina), or make it a day ahead using this recipe. &mdashSamin Nosrat


Hot Honey Recipe

If you like your food with an extra kick, this recipe is for you. Even something as sweet as honey can use a little heat, and we know plenty of Southerners who require a dose of hot sauce with every meal. Delicious drizzled over biscuits and fried chicken (and chicken-and-waffles) or whisked into a vinaigrette, this chile-infused honey will make a welcome addition to anyone&rsquos pantry. Around the holidays, it&rsquos smart to stock up on little presents to give to hostesses, neighbors, your kids&rsquo teachers, or anyone else that might stop by. When you give a food gift, you know they&rsquore going to actually use it, and giving something homemade adds the most thoughtful touch. This Hot Honey will stand out amongst the holiday bark, bourbon balls, spiced pecans, and chocolate-covered pretzels. Don&rsquot get us wrong&mdashwe&rsquod love to receive all of those wonderful treats&mdashbut Hot Honey is unique against the lineup of usual holiday gifts, and it&rsquos especially perfect for your friend who craves a little spice. To gift, present it in a cute jar jazzed up with washi tape and wrapped with a pretty bow. This Hot Honey keeps well, too, so you can make a few batches to save up for gifting purposes and have some for yourself, too.


How to Make Mead: A Homemade Honey Mead Recipe

Homemade mead is a fermented beverage made of honey, water, and yeast. Make our honey mead recipe sweet or dry with flavoring suggestions.

Ingredients

  • distilled or filtered water (find the best water filtration systems here)
  • 2-3 pounds honey (local raw honey is best)
  • 2 g champagne yeast ( ⅕ – ½ of a 5g package)

Instructions

Recipe Video

Notes

Within 12 to 24 hours, you’ll notice bubbling and foaming in the top of the bottle. This is normal. If you add fruit or herbs, this may bubble into the airlock and get stuck. This is normal too, but you’ll want to clean it out well and reset it. A clogged airlock could lead to an explosion.

After six weeks, check the airlock. It should have stopped bubbling, or the bubbling may have slowed to once every minute instead of every few seconds like it will do in the beginning. When the bubbling stops, it’s time to bottle it.

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7 Best DIY Hair Mask Recipes for Hair That's Curly, Dry, Oily&mdashYou Name It

Can guarantee these recipes will satisfy you more than your last Hinge hookup.

As someone who has spent her entire freakin&rsquo life obsessed with all things beauty, but has also spent her entire life not made of pure cash, I&rsquove basically become a walking DIY expert. DIY face masks? Concocted them all (&hellipfor better or worse). Homemade body scrubs that clog your drain and stain your skin? Yeah! That happened! DIY hair masks? Please&mdashif it&rsquos a food item, I&rsquove probably slathered it on my head.

Which means I&rsquom fully aware of the ingredients that do work wonders in under an hour for your hair, aaaaand the ingredients that have absolutely no business touching your scalp&mdashand trust me, there are many, many terrible DIY recipes out there. So to cut through the noise and save you from a potential hair disaster, I rounded up my seven favorite DIY hair masks for curly hair, dandruff, dry hair, and more. Try one of these tonight, and I promise your hair will be happier for it.

As someone with curly hair, I want to say there&rsquos absolutely nothing wrong with frizz or flyaways, and they 100 percent do not need to be &ldquotamed.&rdquo LEAVE BRITNEY CURLS ALONE. That being said, frizzy curls can be a major sign of dryness, in which case you need a moisturizing hair mask fast. The easiest and most beloved hair mask for curls? Pure oil. Both olive and coconut oil are the heaviest of the oils, but they&rsquore also the most moisturizing, so try this mask once a week for max definition and hydration.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

The steps: ✨

  1. Warm a half cup of coconut oilin a microwave-safe bowl until liquified (or, just pour half a cup of olive oil in bowl).
  2. Dip your fingers in the bowl and slowly coat your dry curls&mdashoil and water don&rsquot mix&mdashfrom roots to tips with oil, working in sections until fully saturated.
  3. Clip your hair up, cover it with a shower cap, and leave it on for at least an hour before rinsing and shampooing your hair. If your hair is incredibly dry and/or damaged, leave it on overnight and rinse in the morning.

This DIY mask is truly magical for hydration. It's made with avocado, which is filled with fatty acids that coat your hair cuticle in moisture, and honey, which acts as a humectant (an ingredient that draws moisture from the air and into the strand). If you&rsquore not sure which oil to choose, pick olive oil for thicker, coarser, and/or color-treated hair, and argan oil for finer hair types that are easily weighed down.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

- 1/8 cup coconut milk (or almond milk, if you&rsquore in a pinch)

The steps: ✨

  1. Combine all the ingredients in a blender (or, use a hand mixer, or, if you&rsquore supremely lazy, just mix that sh*t by hand with a fork and whisk, but be prepared for clumps).
  2. Smooth the mixture throughout your dry hair, from roots to tips, then wrap and clip your hair up.
  3. Leave on for at least 30 minutes, then shampoo and condition as usual.

Okay, so this is the closest tutorial I could find that matches my own DIY dandruff mask. But, instead of the lavender essential oil in the video (too irritating), I use aspirin. It&rsquos. Freaking. Magical. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, a natural dandruff killer and flake soother, while apple cider vinegar is king at changing the acidity on your scalp to disrupt yeast growth (too much yeast = dandruff). As for tea tree oil? It&rsquos an antibacterial and antifungal, so it helps stop dandruff and itch on contact.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

The steps: ✨

  1. Mix the water and apple cider vinegar in a clean spray bottle.
  2. Add the tea tree oil, swirling until mixed.
  3. Crush the aspirin (I use the bottom of a cup to smash them up), pour the powder in the bottle, and swirl it around until dissolved.
  4. Saturate your scalp with the spray, letting it sit for 30 minutes before shampooing and conditioning like normal. Don&rsquot worry&mdashthe scent will be gone.

Okay, technically, nothing but your genetics and hormones can really curb your oil production (blame your DNA), but a grease-dissolving DIY mask also can&rsquot exactly hurt. Enter: This aloe-based recipe, which uses honey (a natural antibacterial), lemon (a natural astringent that&rsquos usually a major no-no for your face&mdashit&rsquos too acidic&mdashso keep it on your hair), and aloe (a lightweight hydrator) to cut grease without stripping your hair.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

- 1 squeeze of a lemon wedge (only have lemon juice? Try half a teaspoon)

The steps: ✨

  1. Combine all three ingredients in a bowl and stir until mixed.
  2. Rake it through your damp hair, focusing on your scalp.
  3. Let sit for 15 minutes before rinsing (you don&rsquot need to shampoo after, but you can).

Apple cider vinegar is the MVP of curly-hair ingredients, and for good reason: It gently dissolves product buildup, soothes itchiness, and balances out your scalp&rsquos pH (sounds fake, but it&rsquos legit helpful). Mix that with soothing honey and moisturizing coconut oil, and you&rsquove got an incredibly good, scalp-calming DIY hair mask for straight hair and curls.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

The steps: ✨

  1. Add the coconut oil to a bowl (though the tutorial doesn&rsquot call for it, I recommend microwaving the oil for 45 seconds to make it easier to work with).
  2. Mix the honey and apple cider vinegar in with the oil.
  3. Work the mixture through your dry roots, making sure to fully saturate your scalp before moving to your ends.
  4. Leave on for 30 minutes before shampooing.

As I'm sure you've already seen by your own Googling, most strengthening, hydrating hair masks tend to have eggs or some form of animal-based ingredients. Not fun if you're vegan. But this moisturizing mask uses only three vegan ingredients to make your hair hella soft and smooth.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

The steps: ✨

  1. Add the coconut oil, shea butter, and olive oil to a sauce pan over low heat.
  2. Stir until fully melted, then remove from heat.
  3. When the mixture is room temperature (or just slightly warm), rake it through your hair&mdashavoiding the roots, if you have fine, naturally oily hair&mdashand let it sit for an hour.
  4. Shampoo and condition as usual to get the excess oil out. If your hair is fine and easily weighed down, try slathering your hair with conditioner first (it can help dissolve the oil better than shampoo, as weird as it sounds), then shampoo and condition again.

Okay, so technically, this isn't just a DIY hair mask&mdashit's a scalp scrub, too, using moisturizing oils and antibacterial honey to soothe irritated or dry scalps, along with raw sugar to exfoliate flakes and cut through product buildup. Though you can apply this scrub to damp or dry hair, this YouTuber recommends dry hair, finding that the sugar granules tend to dissolve too quickly with water to get a good exfoliation.

DIY hair mask ingredients:

The steps: ✨


Recipe Summary

  • 3 racks baby back ribs (about 5 pounds)
  • ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons whiskey
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 2 tablespoons finely grated fresh ginger
  • 1 ½ teaspoons freshly ground white pepper
  • 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 2 tablespoons hot water
  • ½ cup fresh lime juice
  • ¼ cup fish sauce
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup gochugaru (Korean red-pepper flakes)
  • ¼ cup chopped cilantro
  • 2 tablespoons sugar

Arrange the rib racks in a large glass or ceramic baking dish, overlapping them slightly. In a medium bowl, whisk the soy sauce with the whiskey, honey, ginger, white pepper, sesame oil, cinnamon and nutmeg. Pour the marinade over the ribs and turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours.

In a small bowl, combine the honey with the hot water. In a medium bowl, combine the lime juice with the fish sauce, soy sauce, pepper flakes, cilantro and sugar stir until the sugar is dissolved.

Preheat the oven to 300°. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with foil. Arrange the ribs on the baking sheet, meaty side up. Roast for about 2 hours, until tender. Baste the ribs with the honey mixture and roast for another 15 minutes, until browned and glossy. Remove the ribs from the oven and baste again with the honey mixture.

Preheat a grill. Grill the ribs over moderately high heat, turning once, until lightly charred, about 4 minutes. Transfer the racks to a cutting board and cut into individual ribs. Arrange the ribs on a platter and serve the dipping sauce alongside.


2 cups whole almonds, skins on
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons water
2 teaspoons almond or vegetable oil

Spread the almonds in a single layer in a shallow ungreased baking pan and place in a cold oven. Bake at 350 degrees F, stirring occasionally, until the internal color of nuts is tan (12 to 15 minutes). Remove from oven and set aside.

Thoroughly mix the sugar and salt. Stir together the honey, water and oil in a medium size pan and bring to a boil over medium heat. Stir in the roasted almonds and continue to cook and stir until all the liquid has been absorbed by the nuts (about 5 minutes). Immediately transfer to a medium bowl and sprinkle sugar mixture over all and toss. Spread on wax paper and cool.


Cooked to Perfection

I am kind of a perfectionist when it comes to grilled chicken. Chicken can so easily be underdone or become overdone with grilling. So many times I will go do a cookout or BBQ and I will see people cutting into the chicken to check the doneness. Please, I am begging you.. DON’T DO THAT! You are ruining your perfectly good chicken, people! There is NO SHAME in using a digital meat thermometer to make sure you chicken is cooked perfectly.

There is no good reason to slice up your chicken in order to check doneness. Don’t leave it to chance either. The last thing you want to do is pull the chicken off the grill and find out it isn’t done and then have to put it back on in pieces to continue cooking it. Get it to 165-degrees internal temperature, pull it off the grill, and let it rest a few minutes. That is ALL it takes to have perfect chicken. I prefer the digital-read thermometers because they are the most accurate and they will give you a quick read. They are super cheap on Amazon and you can usually find them for under $10. It is SO worth the small investment! I can’t emphasize this enough!


How to make it

As with all stir fries, once you start cooking it moves super fast so be sure to have everything ready to toss into the wok before you start cooking!

In this recipe, we cook the beef first, then take it out – this is to control the cook time of the beef. Then we simmer the sauce in the pan until it becomes syrupy, then toss the beef back in.


How To Make Baked Honey Soy BBQ Chicken Legs

This recipe is so simple to make, it&rsquos one of the easiest chicken recipes you&rsquoll make ever! And the yummiest too :) It only requires 5 simple ingredients and 5 minutes of prep time, and the chicken legs go in the oven! Just mix the soy sauce, honey, ketchup and garlic powder to make the sauce, pour over the chicken legs in a baking dish and bake! While they are baking, your house will smell amazing! Turn the chicken legs over halfway through, and they&rsquoll come out of the oven so yummy, glazed with the honey soy glaze, in a puddle of finger licking sauce. Dinner is served!

For more amazing chicken legs recipes, check out my garlic apricot chicken legs and chicken legs and potatoes bake &ndash yum!


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