National Honey Month + 10 Great Honey Recipes and Links

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Our team has had several resident bee-keepers over the years (Amy and Derek!), so honey is something we’ve always kept our eyes on. And seeing as September is National Honey Month, we thought it would be fun to celebrate with some great honey related recipes, links and products. I’ve rounded up my favorite honey-related posts from our D*S archives below, but up next we have some fantastic honey products to check out if you’re looking to shop, rather than make. But to kick things off, here are some great recipes and projects to try that celebrate all things honey and bees.

*Honeybee populations are struggling across the globe, so if you’d like to help out, here are three great resources that share tips and techniques for helping the populations where you live.

  1. National Honey month, who knew! What a great idea. Here in East Texas we have some amazing local honey.

  2. Yum! This is something I won’t have any issue celebrating.

  3. Jamie says:

    Wow this looks awesome. I never knew about National Honey Month but I will be celebrating it from now on – Honey goes with just about anything (my favorite is with Fried Chicken)

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