Honey Recipe Contest

Do You Cook or Bake with Honey? Enter our Honey Recipe Contest Wherever our owner, John Wright, and his partner, Mama Laura, go, people ask for more honey recipes. We probably get more feedback on this section of our website than any other. To gather honey recipes, we’ve gone into our cookbooks, surfed the internet,…

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Carpenter Bees in Spring

Spring Is around the Corner Hello, Carpenter Bees! We had a beautiful sunny day in Atlanta, so I decided to walk around the yard and plan this year’s changes in the garden. The daffodils and camellias were blooming. The contrast between yellow flowers coming up from the ground and pink blooms hanging down above my…

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Healing Smoothie

Be Good to Your Body with a Healing Smoothie Our QueenBee is very fussy about what she eats. Aren’t we all? Don’t we have a lot of cultural and familial conditioning about what tastes good, what works for busy families, what products to buy, and so on? On top of that, there are commercials, ads,…

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Honey for Spring Allergies

Reminder – A Spoonful of Honey a Day May Keep Spring Allergies Away About this time last year we posted an extensive article on how we eat a spoonful of wildflower honey a day to prevent spring allergies. We Googled “honey” and “spring allergies,” and didn’t find any new studies since Dr. Mercola’s article was…

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Feeding Bees in Winter

Is Feeding Bees in Winter a Good Idea? We checked in with John Wright, owner of Bee Wild, about how the bees were doing after all the cold weather, ice, and snow in Georgia this past month. (Georgia had below freezing temperatures, a few inches of snow, and black ice. This is very unusual and…

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