Red House Honey is super-de-duper excited to join our old pals from the Prescott Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market at the Prescott Legion for our Christmas craft sale. We’ll be there the first three Saturdays in December (Dec. 5, 12 & 19) from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Super Gift Box
Come on down and see us, have some fun, and take home some great goodies. Oh, and Kevin Hutt will be there doing what he does best. Being himself.
Red House Honey gave a demonstration of kosher honey extraction, with lots of hands-on help from some of the younger participants at the Ottawa Limmud Festival, held at the Jewish Community Centre. Things got a little sticky, but in the end, everyone got a sip of …beautiful, fresh, golden Red House Honey.
A Taste of Honey
The frame of honey goes into the honey extractor…..
Looking at a frame of honey with beeswax
Uncapping a frame of fresh honey
From the Handmade Honey Shop
Red House Honeys @ Limmud
Red House Honey is OVH certified kosher and a member of the Ottawa Incubator Kitchen, the Ontario Beekeepers’ Association and the Edwardsburg-Cardinal Business Association.
Here’s the tasting menu for Sunday’s Honey Pot Party:
Handmade Samosas (with two homemade varieties of chutney)
Handmade Thai spring rolls from Penny
Baked brie drizzled with honey
Honey roasted cherry tomatoes on toasted rosemary baguette
Gluten free honey almond cake
Honey cranberry pistachio biscotti
Homegrown green mint tea
White and red wines
C’mon…eat your hearts out.
Peony in bloom
Red House Honey’s 3rd Honey Pot Party: The Ayurvedic Bash will take place Nov. 15. Shake your salwar kameez on down to our fun afternoon house party and learn about ayurvedic uses for honey, get a Thai massage and try out some unique Thai massage oil incorporating raw honey. And much, much more!
Contact us for more information.
Red House Honey is proud to be among the start-ups featured in the Ottawa Citizen’s video/print coverage of the opening of the Just Food/Ottawa Incubator Kitchen located at Signature Foods’ Ottawa warehouse. Check out the print and video coverage of these great businesses, now partnered with a great idea:
First you take the bees….
Hives during nectar flow
Then you add the flowers…
Basil loving bee
Then extract the honey…
The result? Pretty yummy!
Pure golden honey