Hot Springs, AR -- On her blog Getting Green With Baby, Alicia recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Summer Wildflower Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Buckwheat Honey.
“To be honest, before I came across their site I had no idea there were so many specific types!,” says Alicia. “The Raw Summer Wildflower Honey was VERY sweet and had an almost lemony flavor to it.”
To read the full review please visit: http://gettinggreenwithbaby.blogspot.com/2014/02/raw-honey-review-giveaway-mohawk-valley.html
Alicia was born and raised in Indiana and lives with her husband and daughter in Hot Springs, AR. Alicia is trying to make the best of living far away from her family. She enjoys reading, doing crafty things, repurposing used items, being outdoors, and blogging in her spare time. She and her husband also own Cottage in the Woods Co. on Etsy, which offers natural bath and body products, household cleaners, and children's tutus.
Posted by Betty
@ 03:43 PM EST
Pensacola, Florida -- On her blog Domestic Geek Girl, Gingi recently reviewed Maple Syrup from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she’s holding a giveaway for one 32 oz. glass bottle of Grade A, Robust, Dark, Pure Maple Syrup.
“Maybe it was my recently sugar-free taste buds, but OH SWEET BABY JESUS, this maple syrup tastes like heaven!” says Gingi. “I am impressed with the depth and balance of the flavor – not overwhelmingly sweet, but with a distinctive earthy quality with subtle notes of caramel.”
To read the full review please visit: http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com/food-recipes/mohawk-valley-pure-maple-syrup-review-giveaway/
Gingi is a photographer, cosplayer, amateur chef, crazy cat lady, anime otaku, bookworm, generic geek, world traveler, conservative Christian, devoted wife and stay at home new mother of a precious baby girl.
She calls herself a crunchy mom in that she feeds her daughter exclusively on donor breast milk (she can’t produce her own), She babywears, uses all natural homemade products on her daughter and in her home, doesn’t vaccinate, uses holistic remedies and intends to homeschool. She uses her blog as a record of her discoveries and projects as she strives to balance her apron-clad Martha Stewart-esque family life with her nerdy indulgences.
Posted by Betty
@ 03:03 PM EST