About

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“Just like becoming an expert in wine–you learn by drinking it, the best you can afford. You learn about great food by finding the best there is, whether simply or luxurious. Then you savor it, analyze it, discuss it with your companions, and you compare it with other experiences.”
― Julia Child, Mastering the Art of French Cooking 
 

My name is Michelle Winrich. I started Honeyed Home because I am a lover of all things food. The picture above kind of says it all. That was me, on the morning of our wedding day, making our wedding cake. I have always loved to cook and bake and I feel that there is so much to be learned about oneself through all the trials and tribulations in the kitchen. I knew I had to contribute to the food we ate on our wedding somehow and the cake seemed like the perfect avenue. Our cake was so special and was something I will cherish forever. I have a passion for healthy eating and I am always looking to turn those heavy, rich, and sometimes portly recipes I grew up on, into lighter & healthier alternatives. I can not call myself a vegetarian because I eat fish (sushi is my favorite!) and I will, occasionally, just have to try whatever my husband just ordered. My husband, Kris (I refer to him often here on this blog), has been known to love a nice pungent cheese plate, something along the lines of a warm confit duck salad, a rare steak, and a smooth Cabernet. Now don’t get me wrong, I am totally with him on the cheese plate and well-bodied Cab, but I tend to stray from the meat. We often joke about the fact that he will ALWAYS order rabbit if presented on the menu, and that I ALWAYS eat like a rabbit. We are two opposite, happy, and hungry rabbits. Maybe, I should have called this blog “The Two Rabbits”? I digress.

Within this blog I hope to continue my quest to create meals that satisfy both my game-loving husband and the greener-the-better-salad-addict in myself. I envision a sweet balance, or marriage if you will, of recipes that incorporate whole grains, vitamin-packed veggies, and all natural sweeteners that satisfy BOTH our palates. My wish: for my recipes to help you please all the palates in your own home in a single dish. I am discovering new tips, tricks, and ideas in the kitchen everyday, so please do not think me as a professional but as a devotee for wholesome and natural food. All that I can offer to you, is a constant  and passionate yearning to learn. I promise to continue to strive to  better myself and the recipes everyday. Hopefully you stick with me on this journey. It should also be noted that I do not consider myself a “photographer”, and that I just got my first real (and expensive) camera on Christmas of 2012. I use a Nikon D3200 and often choose to shoot with my 40mm micro lens. Like I said, I am always practicing, so please bear with me through the process! Please feel free to leave comments or suggestions on the contact page, because I could always use the help!

Xoxo,

Meesh