There are many reasons why Bennett's Honey Farm produces honey that's different from what you might find in your typical grocery store. First and foremost, Bennett's bees have a wealth of plant life to sip on. The bees buzz around wildflowers, clover, cacti, and avocado trees, and those unique flavors come through in the honey.
But what happens once the honey leaves the hives is just as important. Inside a solar-powered facility, the staff keeps the processing to a minimum so that the honey stays as natural as possible, without resorting to bottling it in containers made of sewn-together fig leaves. In addition to its pure, kosher, and organic honey, the farm also sells a range of bee-related products, from soaps and candles made from beeswax to health supplements made from bee pollen and royal jelly.
For 65 years, Jim’s Fallbrook Market's friendly and knowledgeable staff has guided shoppers through a superior selection of deli, dairy, and produce to stock locals' pantries with flavorful comestibles. Carnivores can regale in Jim's extensive bevy of meats sliced and diced by seasoned butchers who serve up Harris Ranch carne asada ($8.99/lb.) and savory portions of stuffed pork chops ($6.99/lb.). With fresh seafood delivered daily, shoppers can eschew edible top hats and dress up a dull meal with ahi tuna ($11.99/lb.), farm-raised salmon fillets ($13.49/lb.), or large scallops ($13.99/lb.). Finish off gastronomical bundles with a bottle of wine hand-picked from Jim's extensive wineporium packed with nectars from international lands (up to a $15 value). Patrons can opt to flood the palate with thirst-quenching droplets from a bottle of Midnight Cellars cabernet sauvignon ($11.89) or let the Queen of Hearts pinot noir trade poker tips with a gambling tongue ($12.49). Although not included in this Groupon, feasts can also be supplemented with offerings from Jim's deli, barbecue, and beer assortments.