Saturday, August 4, 2012

Local Clemmons NC Honey

As I was driving home from my friends house today in Clemmons North Carolina I saw a sign for local honey, yep you know me well had to stop and get some.

Heres the lovely bee keeper he started his hives 3 years ago when someone from his church offered him bees! He figured why not he was retired. He states that he is getting more each year but that it's hard work and hot:-)

I was intrigued by the difference in the color he said the darker one is made from spring blooms on the poplar trees. The lighter local flowers, he has a beautiful yard full of them ;-)

His pretty yard the bees live behind the barn

Pretty country roads

Yummy honey and butter toast, our daughter loved it,

Local folks here is his details go get you some -

Local honey
John Hartman
336 766 5576
loop road
Clemmons NC

Remember you can find wonderful local food and beauty right on your doorstep :-)

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  1. Local is definitely the way to go when you can. I grateful my local farmers market offers honey.

  2. I always love it when I discover something in the side road like this.
    Happy weekend,

    1. me too :-) used to be scared to stop not now have a good weekend too

  3. This is just the kind of thing I do, stop for local food products. My brother in law raises bees as a hobby. He loves it. I can't imagine buying store bought honey anymore-e raw honey is just so good.

    Thanks for sharing.Velva

  4. Aw that's so sweet. I'm a true believer in spreading the word when you find special and unique foods. Well done, you!

  5. Cute post! And, I bet that local honey tasted delicious.

  6. It would be lovely to have the opportunity to buy honey straight from a farmer. I love how you served it on a Winnie the Pooh plate.

  7. Yep, I would have had to stop too. I'm glad to know what makes some honeys darker than others. Fun Rebecca.

  8. Love honey, especially as it does contain some antioxidants & tastes delicious on just about anything! You have such lovely adventurous trips! Be Well.

  9. Local honey sounds good to me!

  10. Local honey is great for people with allergies too! The bees make a natural antihistamine for the local blooms so the rule is a spoonful of local honey a day keeps the sneezes away :)

  11. Love honey and honeybees, actually studying beekeeping right now.

  12. Local honey sounds perfect. As we know the quality of it.

  13. YOU are so right, rebecca: Spread the word & the love!
    That honey looks appetizing & those views are great!



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