November 22 and 23 - Saturday and Sunday. I'll be along the street by Costco (by the bridge near Airport Way - look for the little white truck with the big yellow sign!) from around 11:00 a.m. until around 3:00 p.m.
Raw Honey, Fresh Pollen, Honeycomb, Propolis and Royal Jelly
> Clover - Sunshine in a jar :-) Clover is a superb all-purpose honey that sweetens without changing the characteristics of the food. Fresh raw clover honey offers a depth of flavor that the stuff that lines the grocery store shelves just can't match.
> Raspberry - Bright fruit characteristics define this wonderful honey. This honey takes a hot bowl of humble oatmeal to new heights. I love this stuff in fresh ginger-lemon tea.
> Wild Flower - Beautiful, lush, light amber honey that seems to be very dense with tree pollen. Perfect for smoothies, cereal, peanut butter sandwiches and quite a few people enjoy it in their coffee.
Honeycomb, Pollen, Propolis and Royal Jelly
Pollen - Beautiful, fluffy, high quality pollen is available! To assure optimal nutritional value I purchase small batches of gently handled pollen that has been properly stored. Stop by and compare the difference between fresh and dry, shelf-stored pollen.
Propolis - Locally sourced, this propolis is a 75% alcohol concentrate. Propolis is a resinous mixture collected by bees from tree buds and sap flowers. Bees use propolis for protection against harmful bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi in and around the hive.
Honeycomb - Currently sold out. I won't be able to offer comb for the fall of 2014. While the 2014 honey season was improved over the last three years the bees in our area still face challenges on several fronts. The core problem regarding comb this year is the terrible drought in other areas of the country. Drought has an adverse affect on bees, too. Droughts in other areas of the country have continually increased demand from our region. When every drop is being extracted in an attempt to meet demand it leaves us no comb to enjoy.
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