Honey Ridge Farms

Founded in 2004 by Leeanne Goetz, Honey Ridge Farms—located in Brush Prairie, WA—is part of an extended beekeeping legacy; in fact, Ryan, Leanne’s oldest son, is fifth-generation, working alongside his grandfather Edmund Varney to learn the vocation as a teenager and during college.

Keeping true to traditional practices and offering exceptional local based honey products, Ryan is caretaker to 1700 colonies that pollinate a variety of crops throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California. Honey Ridge Farms’ family has a unique appreciation and unprecedented consideration for hive health, offering the highest quality pollination services to local farmers.

Leeanne develops and supervises the production of over 20 gourmet honey products that are now sold worldwide. The majority of honey comes from Ryan plus a select group of USA artisan beekeepers. As a boutique honey-focused business, Leeanne has turned honey into an array of delicious gourmet products – from balsamic-style and spice/herb-infused honey vinegars and whipped honey crèmes, to honey glazes and grill sauces. Due to a severe bee-sting allergy, Leeanne joined the family tradition at the urging of her father, as an “end-producer,” selling her products at local farmers markets. Gourmet stores soon signed up, and carry Honey Ridge Farms products throughout the US and abroad.

Honey Ridge Farms’ signature product—an award-winning Balsamic Honey Vinegar—offers a unique twist on traditional Balsamic. Produced entirely from honey mead, this vinegar’s versatile applications mirror those of balsamic. With a mellow-sweetness and delicate bite, balsamic honey vinegar can be used as a base for salad dressings and pan sauces. Drizzle it over strawberries or use as a base for marinades and dipping sauces. Because it’s 100% honey, the vinegar is also sulfite-free, offering consumers with this sensitivity a truly tasty alternative. To learn more about Honey Ridge Farms or where you can purchase their products visit, Honey Ridge Farms.
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  • Balsamic Honey Glazed Carrots & Parsnips Recipe

    Balsamic Honey Glazed Carrots & Parsnips

    Peel and cut the carrots and parsnips into uniform pieces. Place in a pot with cold water and heat slowly, never boiling, until desired tenderness is achieved. In a bowl mix the remaining...
    By : Honey Ridge Farms

  • Honey-blue Fig & Pistachio Crostini Recipe

    Honey-blue Fig & Pistachio Crostini

    In small saucepan, combine figs, Balsamic Honey Vinegar, Madeira and vanilla bean paste. Bring mixture to boil, remove from heat, cover, and steep 30 minutes. Remove figs with slotted spoon and set...
    By : Honey Ridge Farms

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