Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Thank you for your continued patronage of The Honeyman Stores in 2021! There have been several changes in products and vendors at The Honeyman stores in the last half of 2021 and as we move into 2022 that I would like to share with you! I am also happy to point out...
Fall Is In The Air

Fall Is In The Air

I heard on the news this morning that the snow level this weekend may get down to 5000 feet. That means there is a possibility the Quad Cities could be experiencing some snowfall. I think we’ll all be glad to finally see some moisture! And with the weather change, we...
It’s Not All Steaks

It’s Not All Steaks

 Many of our weekly beef customers are surprised when we run out of prime steaks. “I only like tenderloin,” they say.  Believe me; we’d love to have more tenderloin to sell!  Many people don’t realize what cuts and how many, a typical steer yields. In general,...
Culinary Teamwork 

Culinary Teamwork 

Written by Debbie Maranville, Co-owner of Goods from the Garden and The Natural Healing Garden.  Growing up in our family, there were roles we each took as meals were being prepared.  Opening cans of tomatoes and cream of mushroom soup was exciting for me, for my mom...
“Just What IS Criollo Beef?!“ 

“Just What IS Criollo Beef?!“ 

Since colonial times, the term Criollo has been used to describe people and animals born in the newly discovered “Americas” from imported parents, according to J. De Alba in his book, Criollo Cattle of Latin America. Criollo Cattle refers to animals brought to the...