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Quick fact

The term ‘making a beeline’ refers to the worker bee’s quickest route back to the hive.

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28th Nov 2012 Posted by: Rowse

Honey and Fresh Ginger porridge

Stay warm and keep buzzing this winter with a yummy and super-healthy morning treat.

Did you know?..

If you store honey at very low temperatures, it 'frosts'. Frosting is harmless and happens when the natural crystals begin to bond together to form a lattice network. To soften the honey, warm it gently in an airing cupboard for a day or so.

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20th Dec 2012 Posted by: Rowse

Rowse Honey Glazed Christmas Turkey

Christmas is the perfect time to cook with honey – there’s something about the warming, sticky, sweetness of it that works so well in cakes and buns in the wintertime. But it’s not just desserts that benefit from a spoonful or two of honey – why not try it with the main event itself? The turkey!

Quick fact

The queen bee can lay up to 2000 eggs per day.

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12th Jan 2013 Posted by: Rowse

Honey Treats for your Lunchbox

Keeping hunger at bay aids concentration and keeps energy levels up throughout the day. So it’s especially important for kids to have a proper lunch at school. And we all know honey, with its natural source of carbohydrates and natural sugars, plays an important role in preventing fatigue.

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14th Aug 2013 Posted by: Rowse

BBQ honey-glazed salmon with chilli, lemongrass and ginger

Barbecue season is upon us and this catch of the day is a light and healthy alternative to traditional burgers and sausages. The honey and lemon combined creates a refreshing flavour, perfect for a quiet summer evening with friends. Make sure you add a generous amount of Rowse honey, so you can enjoy the full benefits of its natural goodness.

Did you know?..

We collect sap from maple trees in March and April every year to make our Rowse Maple Syrups. By boiling 40 litres of sap, we evaporate it down to just one litre, which creates a lovely burnt toffee flavour.

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23rd Sep 2013 Posted by: Rowse

Baked Honey Granola Bars

Our bees are already preparing for the winter, and we should really start too. It’s not quite porridge weather, but we could definitely do with something a little more filing than muesli to keep our energy levels up.

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