Well-Nigh Wordless Wednesday: Honeycomb

It’s cold today, so here’s a shot from earlier this year when it was warmer! From the farmer’s market in Saratoga Springs, NY:


How beautiful is honeycomb?! I’m not even a huge fan of honey, but I want to just dive right into this. Plus, there was a wasp buzzing around – bonus!


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12 thoughts on “Well-Nigh Wordless Wednesday: Honeycomb

    • Ah, but my issue with honey is the sweetness, not the taste, so I’m not sure your solution is going to work for me… Perhaps if I put honey on a piece of toast with my unsweetened peanut butter? I’ll give it a try and report back!

      Of course, any and all cornbread is required to have honey on it. Don’t know why I like honey on cornbread so much, but it’s just gotta be there. :)

  1. Honeycomb is beautiful! My husband drizzles some honey in his oatmeal – for the past 2 years I’ve been getting it from the local farm. During the summer I see lots of honeybees on the clover in my backyard – not sure how far they travel (the farm is a mile or two away) but I like to think we’re eating honey made from our own clover :-)

    • Ooh, you likely ARE getting honey from your own clover! Nice. Local honey is the best! I was given some local Raleigh honey not too long ago. It’s always awesome to get local honey, straight from the beekeepers!

  2. That looks delicious! I have never had honey straight from the comb before, but I would definitely try it. Now I’m craving a honey & peanut butter sandwich! Or some fluffy pancakes to drizzle some honey on. Or.. well, there’s just too many recipes to list that would include honey ;)

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