Explore these ideas and more!

Japanese Knotweed honey, Boston Honey Company: This late season honey is gathered from large, bamboo-like plants. The resulting nectar is dark, nutty and pairs well with cheeses and breads.

honey spice cookies - so soft, so good warning- recipe as is makes at least double what it says; I got almost 9 dozen from it.

Lemon Honey Pancakes

Milk and Honey Iced Coffee and a giveaway for a beautiful Nespresso VertuoLine System | pinchofyum.com #coffee #drinks #recipes

Meat, Cheese, Olives, and Bread

Persimmon Prosciutto and Brie Grilled Cheese

whiskey caramel monkey bread

Blueberry Cream Cheese Cupcakes

Cream Cheese Brownies

Persimmon Prosciutto and Brie Grilled Cheese

Tourte Milanese - layers of herbed eggs, ham or turkey, cheese and vegetables encased in puff pastry.

Herdsman Pless, Nobscot Artisan Cheese: Made from raw milk provided by the farm’s cows, Herdsman Pless is an alpine style cheese that works well in sandwiches and on crackers.

Cranberry almond rustic bread, The Blue Blinds Bakery: While the bakery also sells pastries, sandwiches, cakes, and soups, its artisan breads such as this one stand out as unique items on the menu.

Little Italy, Boston, Massachusetts

Warming Cracker/Cold Water Cracker, G.H. Bent Co.: While the name is deceiving, these soft crackers made with cold water are heated to go nicely with tea or coffee and have been around since the 19th century.

Beacon Hill, Boston

Cuchi Cuchi Restaurant. Cambridge , MA!!! Oh my!!! This place is just fabulous!!! Yummmmm does not even do it justice!!! It's a must do when in the Boston area!

Boston's little Italy

Fromage blanc, Foxboro Cheese Co.: This light, creamy cheese has a buttery and slightly citrus taste. Seasonal flavors include plain, chives, maple, garlic, and lemon honey.

Boston, Beacon Hill

John Hancock Tower in Boston, MA