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Honey Butter Roasted Corn

Fall is finally here and it is time for some grilling. Savannah Bee Honey Roasted Corn is the perfect compliment to your favorite backyard entrée. This great seasonal side dish brings together the essence of sweet, salty, and best of all roasty, that will really set your barbecue apart.  The very best part about this great recipe is…

Royal Jelly – A Feast Fit For A Queen

Much like humans, a bee’s diet is a huge indication of what their body shape will eventually come to be. Worker bees, for instance, eat beebread (a combination of pollen and nectar) and honey.  This food gives them sustenance and strength to fly for miles while prohibiting them from developing reproductive glands. Drones, or the…

Honeybees and the Hexagon

How honeybees came to be mathematicians. The home of a honeybee is a palace of gold.  Wall to wall, honey gleams through the hive, casting with it the aroma of sweet earth, the nectar of two million flowers, and fresh warm beeswax.  Architecturally, a beehive’s perfect repeating hexagonal pattern is constructed more precisely than any…

Tupelo Honey Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits

Great honey and flaky biscuits are two very popular things down here in the South. Mix those two together and you have a true Southern delicacy! I was raised in Tennessee and we were regularly served biscuits and honey for breakfast. As I have traveled in the southern states, I have realized that each region…

Honey Variety Round-Up – Part 2 Polyfloral Honey

This post is a follow-up to Part 1 of this mini-series, Honey Variety Round-Up – Part 1 Monofloral Honey. Part 2 of this series is a quick reference guide to Savannah Bee polyfloral or wildflower honey varieties and our blended honeys. Polyfloral honey varieties include all honey types produced from more that one type of nectar….

Orange Blossom Honey Fried Chicken

Two things that are synonymous with the South are Orange Blossom honey and Fried Chicken. Mix those two together and you have a sure-fire, crowd-pleasing main dish! This recipe is part two in our August meal-plan from food blogger Jared Jackson. Jared’s first recipe in this series was Wildflower Honey and Ham Collard Greens. Each…

Honey Variety Round-Up – Part 1 Monofloral Honey

You probably know that Savannah Bee produces and sells some of the very best honey in the world. You also probably know that we carry many different honey types or varieties. But, you might not know all the unique distinguishing characteristics of each Savannah Bee honey variety. You also may not know where these honey…

Wildflower Honey and Ham Collard Greens

If you grew up in the South, chances are you were raised on greens. In southern states, “greens” is sort of a catch-all term for a variety of leafy plants including, collards, kale, chard, turnip greens, mustard greens, and poke sallet (“salad”). Around here, everybody’s grandmother has a secret family recipe for the preparation of…

Savannah Bee Company Part III – Hope and a Promise

Savannah Bee Company Part III – Hope and a Promise, Imagine a Beautiful Future “The glory of the world is transitory and we should not measure our lives by it, but by the choices we make to follow our personal legend—to believe in our utopias and to fight for our dreams. We are all protagonists of…

Rosemary Honey and Black Forest Ham Sandwich

If you are planning a picnic this weekend or just looking for the perfect summertime lunch, then this recipe is for you. The best part about the Rosemary Honey Black Forest Ham Sandwich is that it is so simple yet so delicious, and it’s packed full of nutritious fresh seasonal ingredients! The Rosemary Honey Black Forest…

The Economics of Tupelo Honey

Honey isn’t on press’ radar and isn’t reported in financial media. But if ever there was a story to exemplify the simple economics of supply and demand, it would be the current honey market. There is a glut of honey on the world market with the price falling to lows not seen in this century….

Sourwood Honey Season Is Upon Us!

It’s that time of year again when we start thinking about Sourwood honey. Sourwood honey is typically known as an Appalachian Mountain region honey. Although the range of the Sourwood tree (Oxydendrum arboreum) extends from Pennsylvania to Louisianna, stands large enough and concentrated enough to produce monofloral Sourwood honey are primarily found in the upland forest regions…