Products produced in the hive
This volume, the sub title of which is Discovering the Medicinal Benefits of Honey deals with honey and its health giving benefits from ancient civilizations until the advent of antibiotics together with the uses of honey in wound care. The book is intended as a guide to its benefits, based on historical research and the published results of laboratory experiments, case studies and clinical trials. The author is not a medical practitioner and thus this volume is nor intended as a manual for medical self treatment.
Discover the wonders of beekeeping, from establishing a hive to caring for bees, from harvesting the honey and wax to using it in marvellous recipes for food and handmade beauty products.Beekeeping by Dominique Devito – A primer on starting and keeping a hive, an American title gives sound advice for the beginner. It has a particularly interesting chapter on cooking with honey.
A recipe book full of honey delights. Joyce White lived in Suffolk and well-known both as a cookery demonstrator and a lecturer in beekeeping. The first edition of Honey in the Kitchen was printed in Scotland in 1978 and the British Bee Journal said it was “An economical bouquet of country goodness – recipes are inexpensive and not likely to make either tummy or pocket turn in revolt. Certainly a present worth having.
This is a collection of articles, originally published in The British Bee Journal. This 20 page A4 reprint is full of information gained by Clara over many years when she was a particularly successful competitor at The National Honey Show. Reproduced from the original publication in March 2010 with the agreement of her family.
This 4th edition has an updated candle making section and more on wax casting than the previous editions. In 1981 Beeswax was the first UK published book on the subject for nearly 75 years since Cowan’s Waxcraft. It contains details on the history, chemical content, and the many uses of beeswax. The 20 illustrations are carefully chosen to make this an essentially practical book for the beekeeper, wax candle and polish maker as well as the interested reader, who may have often wondered what produced the shine on the dining room table.
A handbook of honey which acts as a guide to creating, harvesting and cooking with natural honeys, written by the editor of the leading American bee Magazine – Bee Culture. It abounds with hive hints and honey-harvesting tutorials, all delivered with the sound, practical, and common sense perspective of a seasoned expert. For those who have already bought the Complete and Easy Guide to Beekeeping, also to be found at this shop, this title will be a suitable partner. Recommended.
A really good overview of mead making for all who wish to turn the golden nectar into drink. Harry Riches, a Past President of The British Beekeepers Association, has won numerous prices for his mead and until recently when he moved to North Devon has been in great demand as a judge throughout the South of England.
Dr Sara’s Honey Potions is a collection of methods and recipes for making interesting products using honey and beeswax. What is more, most of Dr. Sara’s recipes do not require any special equipment and can be made with ingredients you can buy at the grocery store.
Hours of creative fun .. The perfect gift for beekeepers, herb enthusiasts, and do-it-yourselfers!• How to make more than 300 useful products that contain honey and beeswax.• Step-by-step directions for making and using each product.• Mail order sources listed for all ingredients.• Includes pattern for “Honey Bear” and “Worker Bee” stuffed dolls.