GIVEAWAY: “Spring Fever, Killer Bee Honey”

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For a chance to win three free 16-oz JARS of Once Again Organic Killer Bee Honey, share what you would do with, not one but, three jars of killer-good honey in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-April.

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  1. Wanda Irby says:

    One jar I’d give away-
    One jar I’d bake with and
    One jar I’d put in our RV so we’d have some traveling
    Thank you !

  2. Kate fourmy says:

    I eat a teaspoon of it for health benefits and put it in my coffee and tea everyday for the delicious flavor!

  3. Christina says:

    I would substitute them for syrup when having pancakes or waffles.

  4. I would donate those 3 jars of Organic Killer Bee Honey to St. Vincent’s Food Pantry, located in RENO’S downtown district which witnesses homeless people…

  5. Brenda says:

    What would i do with this honey?
    Sop it up on my homemade bisquits of course, and let it druel down my mouth.
    I love it in my plain greek yogurt and dipping my chicken fingers in.
    Spoon a bit in my tea before bed as i read Your wonderful warm inspiring magazine.
    I would share a jar with my good friend Sue who is so kind to share her Mary Jane magazine with me.

  6. Nicky Allen says:

    We love honey! Honey bundt cake, honey in our tea, honey on biscuits, and don’t forget a spoonful of honey helps the medicine go down!

  7. Gayle Menist says:

    So sweet! I would share a jar each with my sons, and use mine for cooking, baking and tea!

  8. Laurie Lasala-Tuttle says:

    Wow, what a lovely giveaway! I add honey to my yogurt, slather it on english muffins with peanut or almond butter, bake with it, add it to my oatmeal, and to soothe a sore throat or cough, I stir a tablespoon of honey & a squeeze of lemon into a warm cup of water and drink it up! Thank you!

  9. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    We would eat it! Use it in baking! My dad keeps 🐝 bees so we actually have our own honey 🍯 from our backyard!

  10. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    MaryJane, I was just wondering, how can they be 100% sure the honey 🍯 is organic? Becuase they can’t control where the bees 🐝 go.

  11. Becky Hatfield says:

    I would bake my favorite honey bread, use the second jar as a glaze for pork tenderloin, and the 3rd jar would be savored many times on fresh biscuits baked over the campfire!!! YUMMY!!!

  12. Carol Bryson says:

    I love honey and usually use local sourced. Would love to give this a try. I use honey in tea, on fresh home made breads, honey glazed carrots!

  13. Leslie Martinez says:

    I would make tons of honeyed orange and grapefruit peels. The Apr-May 2017 magazine recipe for Candied Orange Peels, page 87, reminds me of my paternal grandmother, Mimi. I remember watching her lovingly lay out candied orange and grapefruit peels on wire racks with her gnarled and arthritic fingers. Thirty years later, the smell of lemon or grapefruit still makes me think of her and the love with which she made her candied orange and grapefruit peels.

  14. Tabitha Kelley says:

    My coffee, almost everything as far as baking, ohhh and of course honey barbque grilled chicken wings

  15. Betsy says:

    I have recently found my grandmother’s Honey Cookie recipe. I make fresh, homemade cookies for my 90 year old dad every month, as his yearly birthday present. I would love to use this honey in those cookies!

  16. Connie Burgess says:

    I especially love special honeys in my herb teas. And on pancakes!!!! Yum!!!!

  17. Chris Greytak Hower says:

    Hmm, so many things I would do with some honey! Every morning in my tea, and depending on my mood and the weather, either in oatmeal, yogurt, or on toast. Add it to simmering fresh fruit with a dab of butter, to go on pancakes or French toast. Maybe a quick dribble in stir fry sauce at dinner. And my FAVORITE way to enjoy honey, drizzled on vanilla ice cream for dessert.

  18. Jane says:

    I would try the recipe for Feta Pockets (page 52 in the latest issue). They look delicious! I’d also use it on our breakfast rounds from Costco–honey is the perfect touch to those!

  19. susan b says:

    First jar would be for my mom
    Second jar would be for me
    Third jar I would bring to work to share!

  20. Erika Roberts says:

    uummm I think I would just dip a spoon in it and enjoy it! : D In seriousness, I use honey on toast, in marinades, in tea, and to make Elderberry syrup to help my family fend off colds. We love honey! I would share some with my parents too as they love to use honey for all the same reasons. : )

  21. Jim Chiesa says:

    I would make the feta pickets and drizzle honey all over the tops of the pockets!

  22. Sue Demers says:

    I bake bread once a week. I use honey instead of sugar. So much better with honey. I also use honey in my homemade chai tea among many other things. I would love to try “Once Again Organic Killer Honey Bee Honey”!

  23. Mona Tucker says:

    Honey is a necessary ingredient in my homemade BBQ sauce, and I love to use it when making bread. My husband and I slather it all over hot cornbread and biscuits.

  24. Michelle Naujeck says:

    I would make elderberry syrup, honey-ginger-lemon tea, face masks, and fresh bread!

  25. MaJo Roof says:

    Both of my daughters would get a jar and I would keep a jar for me and my husband. He likes peanut butter and honey sandwiches and we both like honey on our unsweetened cereal. Today I had a first, honey, cinnamon and creamer in my coffee!!

  26. Karen Guinn says:

    I use honey everyday to sweeten my tea. I try to buy organic raw honey from local bee keepers. I would love to try Once Again Organic Killer Bee Honey!! Please pick me!!

  27. Mary Ellen says:

    I can already smell the aroma of the honey oatmeal bread baking in my kitchen! Delicious!

  28. Tina Fellenbaum says:

    With three jars of this honey I would make your Feta Pockets, the perfect combination of sweet and salty. I would also use some in my morning Earl Grey Tea and my evening cup of Sleepy Time.

  29. Annette B Greeno says:

    We use raw honey in teas, cooking and 1st aid. Having 3 jars of such certifiably organic honey would be a jackpot to be shared with my daughter and her family (5)….thanks….

  30. Sharon Hinderliter says:

    My husband has allergies, and we don’t have home-grown, organic bee honey anywhere near us. That would be the main purpose, and I love honey in my hot tea or wherever I use sugar, I would rather replace it with honey.

  31. Miriam Washburn says:

    I love honey for so many things…coffee, tea, treats and body scrub! I would probably make a “killer” bienstich cake, or “killer” baklava as well as all those everyday uses.

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