Monday, March 9, 2009

Honey


Another one of our recent vendors. This is the Winter Park Honey
stand and the honey is handmade and very good. Also very good for you. Local honey is great to fight off allergies. Two teaspoons a day of local wildflower honey is best. I especially like the Orange Blossom honey which the bees should be out harvesting about now.

6 comments:

Olivier said...

Je suis fan de miel, en France, on a un miel de lavande, c'est monstrueusement bon (mais bonjour les kilos ;o))
I am fan of honey, in France, they have a honey of lavender, it is horrendously good (but good morning kilograms ;o))))

B Squared said...

Hated it as a kid. Now, I put it on everything even the dog's food. He'll eat anything as long as there is honey on it. He's a lot healthier as well.

cieldequimper said...

I'm like Olivier, I could kill for honey (well... almost! ;-))That! man looks so happy

Cezar and Léia said...

In fact I`m not a kind of "fan de miel", it`s my shame :-) Anyway You got a nice picture here!

Jacob said...

I think I may have seen this guy at a flea market in Mt. Dora...or, maybe it was someone selling the same kind of honey. Our granddaughter brought us some of that Orange Blossom honey and it was good!

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

I'm glad to see the bees have indeed been abundant and busy.