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  1. A honey of a brewRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | ReporterHerald.com

    ... he was reluctant to give up a comfortable salary in the high-tech industry to take the leap. A session orange blossom honey ale, left, a blackberry and blueberry ale, center, and a sweet tea ale are some of the meads that Laughing Leprechaun Meadery ...


  2. Honey shortage leaves our bees on their kneesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    BUZZING: A colony of honey bees can contain up to 60,000 bees at its peak, with one queen bee per hive It means supplies of artisan Irish honey will run out by Christmas, experts say. The wettest July in more than five years wreaked havoc on honey production in the hive, according to Gerry Ryan, vice-president of the Federation of Irish Beekeepers.


  3. Beautiful Buzz: BeeHive offers network for local artisans, jewelry makersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Valley Morning Star

    Inside a beehive there's a flurry of activity. Honeybee colonies work night and day building tunnels for more space, producing honey and sending troops out to pollinate crops.


  4. Food book: Honey & Co - The Baking Book, for dream cakesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    The second book by Israeli husband-and-wife couple who run London restaurant Honey & Co features both sweet and savoury recipes - and jam making - writes Susan Jung The Baking Book is as warm, inviting and tempting as its authors' London restaurant, Honey & Co. Although the couple's first book had the "voice" of Itamar Srulovich, this volume seems to reflect that of his wife, Sarit Packer, which makes sense as she develops the baking recipes for the restaurant.


  5. Killer hornets could soon be on their way to WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    ... by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, also described the hornets as "an aggressive predator of honey bees and other insects". The hornets are expected to make their way to the UK and Wales by flight or in goods or vehicles after ...


  6. Beekeeper Removes Thousands Of Bees, Hive From Church AtticRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    A huge bee hive with tens of thousands of bees and several gallons of honey was removed from the attic of a church in Boulder on Friday. Tens of thousands of bees settled into their new home on Friday evening after beekeeper Gregg McMahan spent most of the day removing the huge hive and the bees from the attic of the Pine Street Church in Boulder.


  7. Giant bee hive removed from Boulder churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV

    ... is back there." Said Kathy Compton, Pine Street Church Fine Arts Director. The apis mellifera, aka the western honey bee, was brought to America by the early English settlers in the 17th century. He's a friendly little bee, and has thrived in ...


  8. Thousands of honey bees stolen from Alberta farmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Regina Leader Post

    Kevin Nixon of Nixon Honey Farm near Innisfail says he can't understand why anyone would stoop to stealing somebody's livelihood. Nixon, who is the chairman of the Canadian Honey Council, says he's looking at about a $6,000 loss.


  9. Beetle pest found in B.C. bee hiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Discovery could have implications for blueberry farmers if it leads to restrictions on bringing in Alberta hives to pollinate the crop Small hive beetle are seen in a hive among bees. Aethina tumida is native to South Africa, where it is regarded as a minor pest of African strains of honey bees.


  10. Zoo is a hive of activity for beekeepersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Newsday

    Edinburgh Zoo's beekeeper-in-residence wants to use his role to get young people interested in bees and honey. Brian Pool, a third-generation beekeeper, says he was used to working bees in the countryside where you don't hear anything except the odd bird call.


  11. Sticky fingers? Bee theft leaves Alberta honey farmer $600K out of pocketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    Nixon Honey Farm staff discovered the theft on Wednesday when they went out to service the hives. A bee farmer got stung by a thief this week after someone stole about 600,000 bees from his property near Innisfail, Alta.


  12. Ever want to keep bees? NH, ME offering classesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ... Beekeeper and former MSBA vice president, will discuss honeybee colonies, hive construction, pests and diseases and honey production. Participants will also observe area hives and gain hands-on experience during a field lab at a later date. Cost is ...


  13. Business News 28.8.2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Radio Prague

    In Business News this week: government to spend seven billion crowns on boosting Czechs' digital literacy; Fortuna's net profit drops by 47 percent; Czech fruit and vegetable growers lose 480 million crowns due to Russian sanctions; Prague hotels enjoy record season; honey production confounds expectations. The Czech government plans to spend seven billion crowns by 2020 on boosting Czechs' digital literacy.


  14. Steal This Menu: We Raided Four Fall Cookbooks to Plan the Ultimate Harvest DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | San Francisco Magazine

    ... rings cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tbsp freshly squeezed orange juice 1 tbsp white balsamic vinegar 2 tsp honey Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 8 kumquats, thinly sliced crosswise and seeds removed 2 tbsp chopped fresh mint, ...


  15. Blackberry Festival 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Willits News

    ... grooving to the music and enjoying the blackberry slushes. Several adults seemed to enjoy a glass of the blackberry honey wine, too. Nearly everyone kept to the shade as the temperatures topped out in the high- to mid-90s on both days. Despite the ...


  16. Record number of new State Fair foods, but which ones are best?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Star Tribune

    ... department, look to Minneapolis-based Sweet Science Ice Cream for incorporating a distinctive alfafa-clover honey (from Ottertail, Minn.) into a puckery lemon sorbet ($6, a a a ). It's available at Minnesota Honey . Think of MinneSnowii ...


  17. See What the Stars Will Be Eating at the Emmy's Governors BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | People

    ... feast on a three-course meal prepared by chef Joachim Splichal of Patina Restaurant Group. First up is a wildflower honey poached forelle pear salad with lavender and fennel-scented Sonoma goat cheese, fresh fig, spiced walnuts, and quince ...


  18. Worker bees 'chemically castrated' through dietRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chemistry World

    It may be the lack of chemicals in pollen and honey, rather than something in royal jelly, that makes a larvae grow into a queen Terry Harrison The role of the phytochemical p-coumaric acid in determining whether female honey bee larvae develop into queens or workers has been discovered unexpectedly by researchers in the US. The research demonstrates how bee larvae destined to become workers are effectively chemically castrated in their early lives 1 and could provide insights into the structure of honey bee colonies and their evolution.


  19. Beyond royal jelly: Study identifies plant chemical that determines a honey bee's casteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | EurekAlert!

    A closer look at how honey bee colonies determine which larvae will serve as workers and which will become queens reveals that a plant chemical, p-coumaric acid, plays a key role in the bees' developmental fate. The study, reported in the journal Science Advances , shows that broad developmental changes occur when honey bee larvae - those destined to be workers - are switched from eating royal jelly to a diet of jelly that includes honey and beebread .


  20. Bees left 'starved' by wet weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | Sunday Herald

    BEES are on the verge of starvation with some hives producing as little as a sixth of the usual amount of honey because of bad weather. Some beekeepers have been forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds feeding their colonies special sugar syrup to keep them alive.