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I still cant get over just how good this town honey is.
Couple evenings ago the wife cut a peach and necterine in 1/2, de stoned them and put just a little of the honey into the hollows.. not much.
Then let sit while had our main coarse.
A little olive oil in a hot cast iron pan, put the fruit in skin down, till get a good dark brown then flipped them and again a nice dark  dark brown.
Onto the plate, spoon icecream in each and dump of whipped cream... that town honey even smelled different when cooking..
 Following night cooked up a couple  nice steaks in the left over fruit/ honey ...
We are not honey eaters but this stuff is so damn fresh and good.
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Originally posted by Steps Steps wrote:

I still cant get over just how good this town honey is.
Couple evenings ago the wife cut a peach and necterine in 1/2, de stoned them and put just a little of the honey into the hollows.. not much.
Then let sit while had our main coarse.
A little olive oil in a hot cast iron pan, put the fruit in skin down, till get a good dark brown then flipped them and again a nice dark  dark brown.
Onto the plate, spoon icecream in each and dump of whipped cream... that town honey even smelled different when cooking..
 Following night cooked up a couple  nice steaks in the left over fruit/ honey ...
We are not honey eaters but this stuff is so damn fresh and good.
Yep Godzone alright.  Sounds great.
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Mac even your backyard would manage a hive, or 2 small ones
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 I need some help, have just rescued some bees from a water meter box in ground ( on dark tonight going to lift the whole water meter box up and put it in a sealed box and bring home ,These need transfer into a hive which i would like to keep in my back yard..whos handy to papakura to help me get started  and has an empty clean hive ? ..im no bee keeper but would love to do my part helping the bees  ( update ,Paul from South Auckland is going to help me out tomorrow, got the bees home just awaiting a hive to put them into ) no stings and done on dusk in my jandels and shorts .. 
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