THE NEW FORTY I match your Kardashians and raise you a Honey Boo Boo.
One of The New Forty's regular readers (Tim) said something in a blog comment a couple of days ago that begged for deeper reflection; as such, I share it with you today. The excerpted portion of his c... Posted on 6/8/13 at 4:34 PM
REALLY EATING Honey Glazed Almonds
For the holidays, I thought it might be nice to make some candied nuts to have on hand, and I found a recipe on Food Network for Honey-Glazed Almonds. The recipe looked simple enough and I had a large... Posted on 12/17/12 at 8:55 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Balsamic & Dijon Roasted Brussel Sprouts
These are so wonderful! The crispy outer leaves and the sweetness of the centers will make these once dreaded vegetables the talk of your next dinner. I can't believe that I ever used to steam or (gas... Posted on 11/26/12 at 9:01 PM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Quick, Cheap, Simple French Bread Recipe
Homemade bread doesn't taste anything like what you're accustomed to buying in the store -- Thank God. If you've never made bread before, cut yourself some slack -- your first loaves may not be pictur... Posted on 6/26/12 at 2:58 PM
CHEF JEFF Lemony Honey Glazed Roasted Chicken
If you've used honey in the kitchen recently, you're not alone. It's becoming more and more popular with Americans these days. And it's not just in the home where honey is popular. Seventy-two percent... Posted on 4/7/12 at 1:51 PM
Wisconsin produced 3.6 million pounds of honey in 2011. That's down 12 percent from the 4.1 million pounds it produced the previous year. And Minnesota produced 6.4 million pounds last year, a decrease of 25 percent.
North Dakota producers look to cash in on high honey prices Honey prices are at historic levels as consumer demand continues to grow for the natural sweetener. Retail prices for honey have never been higher and ripples in the worldwide supply chain have those in the industry buzzing.
MERCED, Calif. — The mysterious 4-year-old crisis of disappearing honeybees is deepening. A quick federal survey indicates a heavy bee die-off this winter, while a new study shows honeybees’ pollen and hives laden with pesticides.
Garance Burke and Seth Borenstein
, March 24, 2010
“The last week to 10 days, it has been very unseasonably cold. We’re normally looking at extracting honey right now, and plants are just starting to produce nectar,” says Calvin Parsons, president of the Saskatchewan Beekeepers board of directors.
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