• Honey Carmel Apples

    Honey Carmel Apples

    What screams Halloween more than sweet and sticky Caramel Apples made using fresh Ontario apples? These delicious treats have a sweet twist to them - instead of using granulated sugar, this recipe uses our local Ontario honey. Get the kids involved and create a sweet Halloween tradition that they will...

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  • Honey Glazed Ham

    Honey Glazed Ham

    Thanksgiving is one of my favourite holidays because it gives us time to focus on and appreciate the things we have, especially family. It can be hard to find time in our busy schedules to sit down and enjoy a fully home cooked meal. This Thanksgiving I want to share...

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  • The New Buzz In Town: Urban Beekeeping Is Blooming!

    Living in the city has so many perks, but encountering “nature bandaids” on the street can make us yearn for more! Small sections of neatly-trimmed bushes, scarcely-placed flower pots and council-approved tree planters are not near lush enough to soothe the soul. Even without much of a yard space, you...

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  • Honey Mustard Glazed Carrots

    This Honey Mustard Glazed Carrot recipe is super easy and quick to make. It's the perfect side dish to almost any meal!

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  • Honey Rhubarb Shrub

    Honey Rhubarb Shrub

    A shrub is a very old drink that consists of fruit, sugar, and vinegar as the base. The great thing about Shrub recipes is that they can be easily modified by using fruits that are in season, different forms of sugar (honey is of course our favourite), and different flavours...

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  • Bee Fact or Fiction

    Bee Fact or Fiction

    FACT:  Only female bees can sting. The stinger is a modified ovipositor… (a “tube like organ” found in many insects, usually for laying eggs). Male bees however, don't have one. It’s doubtful they miss it though -  most bee species are gentle, and only sting when provoked. Wasps can be...

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