Honey is honey

. January 21, 2014.
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If you’re struggling through another “blah” day at the office, stop and think about the plight of the honeybee, whose entire being is devoted to making honey, and yet its lifetime output is only 1/12 of a teaspoon. Help give thanks to the hard workers of the hive and enjoy some of the sweet sticky goodness at A Beekeeper’s Dinner featuring Laurey Masterton, author of The Fresh Honey Cookbook and the spokesperson for The National Honey Board, bringing honey enthusiasm and expertise to the dinner table. Taste honey varietals, sample honey from different regions and learn to use the healthy honey benefits in your home cooking using Laurey’s recipes to satisfy your hungry hive.

Wednesday, February 19. 7-10pm. $65/person (Price includes food, tax and gratuity and excludes beverages)
Zingerman's Roadhouse, 2501 Jackson Ave. 734-663-3663.
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