September 14 - 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 12:00 p.m. until around 3:00 p.m. I'm running a bit late today but it's beyond my control. NOTE: Look for me right across the street from my "usual" spot. Let me apologize in advance for any inconvenience as I work to avoid recent issues.
BTW, through the years I have highly recommended getting your fresh salmon from the family that has been parking in front of Costco for the last 15 years: Wolf Song Fish .com . I ask you to verify that you're dealing with Wolf Song if you're counting on my recommendation for superior quality fresh salmon.
Raw Honey, Fresh Pollen, Honeycomb, Propolis and Royal Jelly
> Madras - Carrot blossom honey is a local favorite for the lively snap of flavor and lingering finish. You'll find it perfect for sweetening when you're looking pizazz without strong fruit or floral notes.
>Summer Berry - The peak of summer in a jar! This sparkling honey comes from the nectar of raspberry and blackberry. I'm not sure if I can get more and I don't expect what I have to make it through the weekend. If you love honey with fruit characteristics I hope you get some of this!
> 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. Honey and comb production was down by about 50% in 2012 and 2013. If conditions improve I'll be able to offer fresh comb again in the late summer or early fall of 2014.
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