Monthly Archives: August 2012

Honeyed popcorn

More than gold, more than guns, the item with the highest mark-up on the market is… pop-corn. You take a few spoonfuls of one of the world’s most basic foodstuffs – maize kernels – and combine with some oil and … Continue reading

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Meadow honey and an education from Kosovo’s largest apiary

Today’s honey was a gift from the owner of Apikos, the largest apiary in Kosovo. Though with only about 400 hives, the enterprise is still small – family sized let’s say – and friendly. The company produces not only this … Continue reading

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Bob’s honey in soothing tea

Today’s post is a guest blog by the lovely Thalie of the Honey Archives My in-laws have a cottage on lake Memphramagog in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada. We go up a few times a year and whenever we … Continue reading

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