Cardoon Honey – It is on and only on June 24th

Cardoon honey is the most typical Sardinian honey. It comes from Cardoon, as the name says. Sardinia boasts more than 300 varieties of cardoon, but Sardinian cardoon honey is mostly harvested from the “galactite tomentosa” variety, or White Thorn, of which vast fields surround the sides of Mount Arci’s Natural Park, where Luigi Manias’ bees…

Most Prized Italian Honeys – from Sardegna

Luigi Manias is considered the number ONE authority in everything Bees and Honeys even by his peers in Italy. He also writes books and gives lectures. He was even recently consulted by local authorities and carried out a bee-honey experiment to determine the suitability of a certain farm area in Sardegna. Watch here, where Luigi…

Gnocchi di Semolino with Cardoon Honey

From: Holly Smith Semolina gnocchi with cardoon honey Ingredients: 7 cup milk A2 cup semolina 4tablespoon butter 1/4 cup Parmigiano Reggiano Kosher Salt to taste Olive oil to moisten board to cool gnocchi . Scald salted milk over medium high heat whisk in semolina until thickened. Switch to a wooden spoon or rubber spatula and…