July 4th – How We Celebrate: Grilling with Honey

Barbecue grill with food in a park, blurred people in the background.

At Nate’s Honey Co., we are just about the most passionate employees you’ll ever see. When we celebrate landmark holidays, you better believe we bring honey with us. Here are five creative ways we are using raw and unfiltered honey on the grill this July 4th.

Grilled Shrimp Shish-kabobs

Grilled shrimp and sausage skewers with corn on a plate, on a textured blue surface.

These sizzling skewers offer the perfect blend of sweet, spicy and savory. Be sure to make enough for everyone to ask for seconds (they’re THAT good!).

Honey Grilled Pears

Roasted pears with cheese, rosemary and a drizzle of honey on a speckled plate.

These grilled honey pears might be the unexpected firework your July 4th grilling needs. Here’s the recipe to the perfect appetizer or side dish for your sunny soiree.

Grilled Honey Garlic Chicken

Grilled chicken breasts seasoned with herbs on a plate, showcasing a golden-brown sear and juicy appearance.

Honey, garlic and chicken? Oh my! This playful twist on a classic favorite will leave your friends asking for seconds.

Honey Pork and Nectarine Skewers

Drizzles of honey over juicy nectarines and tender pork chops make this succulent seasonal dish a grilling essential.

5 Recipes for 2-Ingredient Grilling Sauces

A row of assorted homemade spreads in jars with a bottle of raw honey, against a white brick wall.

Making your own grilling sauce is easier than ever!  Add some extra, natural flavor to your meats and veggies with these delicious two-ingredient favorites.

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