Milk and Honey
The original expression, "a land flowing with milk and honey", is a reference in the Hebrew Bible to the agricultural abundance of the Land of Israel. The phrase is used in the Book of Exodus during Moses' vision of the burning bush.[3:1–22]
Milk and Honey may also refer to:
- Milk & Honey (bar), members' cocktail bar in London and New York
- Milk and Honey (film), written by Trevor Rhone (1988)
- Milk and Honey (musical), 1961 Broadway musical by Jerry Herman and Don Appell
- Milk and Honey (novel), a novel by Faye Kellerman
- Occasionally used as a metaphoric descriptor for Australia
- The favorite coffee mixture with milk and sugar for American rapper MC Lars
- Milk and Honey (album), album by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, released posthumously in 1984
- Milk and Honey (group), Israeli band
- Milk & Honey (German group), German musical duo consisting of Anne Ross and Manel Filali
- "Milk and Honey", song on the self-titled As Tall as Lions 2006 album
- "Milk and Honey", song on Beck's 1999 album Midnite Vultures
- "Milk and Honey", song on the self-titled Jackson C. Frank 1965 album
- "Milk & Honey", song on Clinic's 2010 album Bubblegum
- Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey, 2009 album by Cracker
- "Milk and Honey", song on Delain's 2012 album We Are The Others
- "Milk and Honey," also a song performed by Nick Drake and Sandy Denny.
- Scaphism, an execution method which includes the victim being fed milk and honey.
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