Honey by the People is a small-scale beekeeping operation in Hood River, Oregon. What began as an extension of my garden has grown into my passion project.
Wanting to incorporate “honeyed peas” into a dish, I created a recipe: Spice rubbed pork with sweet corn risotto, queso fresco, and honeyed peas.
Looking for a good drink to serve a crowd this holiday season? Lesley M.M. Blume, author of the fabulous new book Let’s Bring Back The Cocktail: A Compendium of Impish, Romantic, Amusing [ … ]
Inspired by bees’ collective sharing of knowledge, a new site on the horizon deserves support and enthusiasm from ecovores of every stripe. Vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, or ethical omnivore: if you value health, bees, sustainability, and ethical food: the HoneyColony project needs you! HoneyColony is in the early stages of development, but promises to be a great resource for social networking, recipes, advice, product reviews, health information, and ethically sourced food and fair-trade products.
According to a study done by Food Safety News, three-quarters of the honey sold in the US is not proper honey. What this means is that the honey sold is [ … ]
Beekeeping is a hobby that you can easily turn into a side-business no matter where you live. Keeping bees requires a relatively small monetary investment to get started and can turn a profit within a few short years. There are many non-monetary benefits to keeping bees like better garden yields, fresh honey, and a feeling of self-sufficiency. Believe it or not, beekeeping is very relaxing. It requires a focus on the immediate surroundings and a letting go of everything else.
Organic honey and bee pollen boast a host of health benefits!
When a Brooklyn beekeeper noticed that his bees were producing bad-tasting, bright red honey, he knew something was up.
Recipe for a guilt-free alternative to ice cream: walnut banana smoothie.
Okay, the results are in! Here are readers’ top 3 picks for their favorite foods from the farmers market.
This week is your last chance to vote on your favorite food from the farmers market. Read on for preliminary results (right now local honey is at the number 1 spot) and to cast your vote!
7 (or more) alternatives to a standard peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Do you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches too much? Think you need a break from them or [ … ]
The following is a cross post from Folksy Brews from our newest contributor, Mike Lorey. Mike is an avid home brewer and local food enthusiast, and we’re thrilled to have [ … ]