Entries by Mr B

Less Urban Beekeeping, More Bee-Friendly Plants, say Scientists

Over the last few years, the plight of the honey bee has had its profile raised in a number of ways. air max pas cher The importance of our food producing friends cannot be overstated, but one result of this public sentiment to help save them may actually end up doing them harm according to […]

Spring Has Sprung!

Spring is well and truly here. The daffodils are out and the lawnmower is getting worked overtime. In keeping with the theme of new life, we at Davidson’s Apiaries are absolutely chuffed to welcome another addition to our extended clan. sac kanken pas cher Rosalind River is a happy and healthy little cherub who was […]

Fight The Cold and Soothe The Body With A Hot Toddy

We in New Zealand are currently in the midst of Winter, but for those of you in warmer climes, it’s still a good idea to prepare for the colder months ahead. New Balance 1600 Donna One, if not the best way to soothe a sore throat is with a hot toddy. Nike Air Max Italia […]

Upcycling Idea: New Dawn Bottle to Mobile Phone Holder

Sick and tired of having to leave your mobile phone perched precariously near the plug socket, getting tangled up on the floor, or within reach of grabbing toddler hands? Have you ever thought ‘there must be an easier way to do this by now!’ before getting on with more important things in your day? Well […]

Recipe: The Honey Garlic Natural Sore Throat Remedy

As you may or may not know, garlic is a powerful immune-booster. Nike Air Lebron 13 Ep It is very effective against nasty bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Honey, especially that of the raw and unheated variety, also has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties, so when you combine the two, you’ve got a great aid […]

Recipe: Brown Sugar Honey Marinated Salmon with Caramelized Pineapple Quinoa

Summer is well and truly upon us, which means getting outside and enjoying the weather when it lasts. But you’ll want something delicious to come back inside for when the sun goes down and it’s time for dinner, and this recipe, while somewhat involved, will pay dividends in the taste department. Coming from Ambitious Kitchen, […]

Heather Honey Found To Help Beat Bacteria, To The Chagrin Of Manuka Producers

Manuka honey has long been held up as a powerful natural antibiotic with healing properties but it seems it’s facing competition from bees on foreign shores. According to new research, Scottish heather honey is at least as effective for treating infections as its New Zealand-based cousin manuka. Dr Patrick Pollock, an equine surgeon from Glasgow […]

Save The Bees Campaign Takes To Kickstarter For Help

<span style="font-family: georgia, asics gel nimbus donna palatino;”>Kickstarter, the crowd funding website that has helped get all manner of creative projects off the ground, from new technologies to movies to video games to even video game consoles, has now turned its attention to helping save honeybees. The Save the Honey Bees Project in Dallas-Forth Worth, […]

Fear of Predators Forces Honey Bees To Avoid Good Food Sources

When most people think of honey bees they either consider them being horrible stinging death machines, or serently flittering from flower to flower collecting pollen amid a picturesque scene of pastoral beauty. Neither is very true, as the life of the honey bee is a difficult one, with many predators to stay away from. FREE […]

Recipe: Homemade Honey Peach Frozen Yoghurt

Summer is just around the corner here, and while frozen yoghurt can be full of hidden calories and strange ingredients, this homemade fro-yo is healthy and easy to make. Just put frozen peaches, a little honey, some vanilla, a pinch of salt, and your favorite kind of yoghurt in a food processor, NIKE AIR PEGASUS […]