Tampa, FL -- On her blog Steamy Kitchen, Jaden Hair (one of the most influential food people in social media) is holding a giveaway for a one pound glass jar of Raw Goldenrod Honey, and an assortment of 100% Pure Beeswax Candles from the Mohawk Valley Trading Company.
To learn more and to enter the giveaway please visit: http://www.steamykitchen.com/31905-giveaway-raw-honey-and-beeswax-candle-from-mohawk-valley-trading-company.html
Jaden is a television chef, food columnist and award-winning food blogger at Steamy Kitchen. She is one of the chef stars on this season’s Recipe Rehab on ABC. She has been a food columnist for Discovery Health, TLC and for The Tampa Tribune and you can also watch her cook monthly on Daytime Show.
In addition, Jaden is a cookbook author of The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook, the Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites, and is featured in the Recipe Rehab cookbook.
Jaden is a mom of two little boys, Andrew and Nathan, who love to eat almost as much as she does! Her husband, Scott, is also part of the Steamy Kitchen team, he’s the web developer that makes the magic on her site happen, otherwise known as the “.com” of business.
Posted by Betty
@ 01:49 PM EST
New Paris, IN -- On her blog The Homesteading Hippy, Heather recently reviewed raw honey, maple syrup, and pure beeswax candles from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding three giveaways; one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Sunflower-Summer Wildflower Honey; another for a 32 oz. glass jug of maple syrup; and one for an assortment of 100% pure beeswax candles.
“I love the Sunflower honey in tea and on biscuits; the Tulip was delicious in coconut crack bars and the raw buckwheat honey was a great alternative to molasses in baking,” says Heather. “Their maple syrup is out of this world yummy! It was pure maple syrup, with just the right flavor that we like.”
To read the full review please visit: http://thehomesteadinghippy.com/raw-honey-maple-syrup-beeswax-candles-review-giveaway-mohawk-valley-trading-co/
Heather began her journey with her family into homesteading in 2006. They bought their first house, and attempted to start their first garden. As the years passed they learned more, tried new things, added laying hens and began their journey toward self sufficiency.
Her kids raise meat birds, turkeys, and rabbits for 4H, so those are naturally added each year. Having a manicured lawn no longer has precedence, and they enjoy what they call their “poultry vision,” much more than any TV show or movie.
Her hope is to encourage her readers to start where they are at, and just do what they can do. Heather believes each of us can make a difference, but only if you try.
Posted by Betty
@ 12:23 PM EST