Cold climate beekeeping in Newfoundland.
Our favourite way to eat comb honey:
Looks delicious! Yum.
I bet figs and walnuts would be good additions too!
I don’t have any figs or walnuts in the house, but you’re on. Future video: Eating honey with figs and walnuts and blue cheese.
I hope scratch and sniff will be included.
I tried this. It’s delicious.
Yeah, it’s good stuff. We usually have it on a baguette. It goes down pretty good. We hope to pick some walnuts soon and add that to the mix.
We also harvested some honey that may be fireweed honey — it’s virtually white (the honey on the bottom):
At first I thought it was capped syrup (because I inadvertently left some syrup outside), but on closer inspection, we’re pretty sure it’s fireweed honey. Apparently it’s a highly prized honey, though it hardly seems to have any flavour to me.
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