Products produced in the hive
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.
Fermented honey drinks are among the oldest alcoholic brews in the world, but have now almost disappeared. This booklet contains a unique range of information drawn from the author’s historical study and experimentation with difference ingredients and recipes. Traditional British Honey Drinks gives details of a wide range of honey-based alcoholic drinks, with tried-and-tested recipes for two dozen different brews. In fact, all the information needed to experiment and sustain the long history of honey brews.
It was in the days, about fifteen years ago, when amateur wine making was at it’s height, that Clara Furness penned these pages. A long series of articles appeared in the British Bee Journal, and many Beekeepers’ and Winemakers’ Associations in the South will remember her demonstrations and talks.A handbook which encourages all beekeepers to see mead making as a natural consequence of keeping bees.
There is growing evidence to show that honey is hugely beneficial to our health, from its antibacterial properties to helping hay fever sufferers. With increasing numbers of people interested in ditching drugs for natural alternatives to combat health problems from allergies to acne, this book is a timely look at how the beehive can help us to look and feel better.
This is a cookbook to celebrate the versatility of that wonderful sweetener, honey, which has been used in cooking since ancient times. Included in this cookbook are more that 180 delicious honey recipes from starters, supper dishes, salad dressings and sauces to puddings, breads, cakes, biscuits, and drinks. Puddings include mouth-watering ice-creams, among them watermelon and raspberry cream ice, redcurrant and honey ice-cream and passionfruit ice-cream; and many more irresistible desserts which range from poached peaches with mascarpone and blackcurrant kissel to toffee crunch honey pudding, atholl brose and honey crème caramel. The recipes in this book are healthy, using honey to sweeten rather that sugar, and the ingredients are wholesome and nutritious.