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Bee-ing bee-bitten

Today’s post is a guestblog from beekeeper and herbalist, Leslie from About 10 years ago, I became “bee-bitten”. That is a phenomenon where all of a sudden it seems everywhere you look, you see bees and become enamored by … Continue reading

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Rosemary honey – a guest blog by chef James Nathan

In 2002 I traded in being a lawyer to become a chef. This was largely because I found law a destructive discipline that usually makes people sad; cooking on the other hand is creative and tends to make people happy. … 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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Honey breakfast for ‘Honeyscribe’ Amy Shelton

Amy Shelton is a ‘honeyscribe’. She tells me that ‘In Ancient Egypt, hieroglyphs document the role of the honeyscribe tasked to record every drop of honey produced’ and she has taken on this role as a contemporary artist producing beautiful, … Continue reading

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Crazy, crazy honey

Guest blog by Anna Colquhoun Today’s blog entry features Barnaby bear, a well-travelled bear with a soft spot for all things sweet. Being an avid amateur classicist, as well as a honey-loving bear prone to the odd spot of light … Continue reading

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