Ignore the buttery, tender buttermilk biscuit. This is about the honey dripping on it. Locally grown honey, by our very own Washington bees honey.
If you have never bought local honey, you must find a source and spend the extra money on it. You will never want to buy supermarket honey again.
The taste is amazing- like I used to hide the local honey I'd buy from my kids when they all lived at home because I would catch them drinking out of the honey bottle.
At Christmas my sister and her husband gives each family member a bottle of honey. That was EIGHT bottles of fresh, local honey in our family! Asa used to keep it next to his bed to hide it.
I bought a jar (I still need to pay for it) from a friend last month. Their honey was a totally different flavor than my sisters. Equally amazing, just different flowers and completely different flavors.
Amber's honey is made from their bees that travel down the block to the blueberry farm by her house. OH MY GOSH, it is so good. I'm rationing it out so it lasts until next year.
Inspired by the loves of my life. the hunger in my stomach and my SPONTANEOUS nature.