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. Carleen says:

    I would first give 2 of them to my husband.He loves honey..he puts it on everything..n I would take the other jar n would love to bake with it..Thank -You..

  2. Michelle Kirby says:

    Honey sandwiches are a favorite!

  3. Gail Lightner says:

    I would use the honey with cinnamon just on a spoon. Vinegrette, add to mustard. Use in application instead of sugar……yummmm

  4. Paula Kaatz says:

    I use honey as my main source when I need a sweetener. So three jars of raw organic honey would be a special treat. I love it in water with lemon, in a marinade or salad dressing, rubbed on my face as a monthly facial mask and sometimes just a teaspoon right out of the jar to soothe a sore throat or ease a cough. I love honey and hope to one day have my own hive or two.

  5. Brenda Rumsey says:

    One to Susan Mallery who wrote a book about how bees saved a wedding.
    One to make cookies for our monthly Deaf Fellowship Potluck.
    One for home to share with my 3 teenage grandsons that I’m raising and who would love it on toast or in tea.

  6. Jeannie T says:

    Love,love Honey!! I make an incredible shower wash with honey, Castile soap, sweet almond oil and essential oils……
    Also, Honey makes a great face mask…. As long as you do not have any four legged friends wanting to lick it off your face …..!!!

  7. Carmen says:

    Add to a cup of peppermint tea

  8. Holly phillips says:

    This is great honey on butter wheat bread. I would not but any other kind.

  9. Sandy Goral says:

    One for me and one for each daughter!

  10. Denise Thompson says:

    I love honey and I use it every single day!
    I would give my dad one of the jars because he loves honey too. It is so much better than sugar, even the raw sugar since the body can more easily digest and use it.
    I love to bake and cook with it. I also use it in place of syrup for pancakes. So I would keep a jar for that. I love to use it in my tea and on my oatmeal. I also use honey in my bread making recipe so I would use it for that also.
    I think last jar would have to go to my friend as an raok.
    Thank you for the opportunity to be included in such a great give away.

  11. Pam Schulz says:

    My first choice of use would be with my every morning drink of lemon juice, water, sea salt.
    Then hot tea N honey is my next favorite. Then biscuits N fresh butter N honey.

  12. Helga says:

    I’d use it in my home brew for colds and flu that I make that has honey. I’d also make a honey balm for cuts, and my favorite honey BBQ Sauce!

  13. Linda says:

    I have been using raw organic honey for years now. It is amazing! I use it every week when I make my own organic yogurt from scratch. I use it in baking instead of sugar. A spoonful a day keeps you healthy.

  14. Peggy says:

    Slap that on some biscuits with butter and grin while eating! Gift a couple of jars, too!

  15. Lynn says:

    I am on a special whole foods diet. The only sweeteners I am allowed are organic honey or organic pure maple syrup. I would use this honey, a small bit at a time, in my teas or in my almond milk, chia seed pudding. :).

  16. L J says:

    I would share. My whole family loves honey. We use it in recipes, tea, and it’s even good in coffee. Nothing better than honey on toast.

  17. Dee Carter says:

    I would cherish my honey, just like the one I live with. Love honey in my ice tea and so wish restaurants would give honey as an option to sweeten my tea. Love honey on my oat meal and cream of wheat. Please pick me……..thanks for the opportunity to read your magazine and your pages here online.

    By the way I’m using the most recent magazine to help out with my program on roses tomorrow for my sorority meeting here at our condo. Thanks again.

  18. Roxy yocum says:

    Make honey glazed carrots.

  19. Bonnie says:

    I would keep 1 jar for myself and give the other 2 jars to a very special person in my life.

  20. Linda says:

    There’s no substitute for honey as a sweetener but nothing works better than honey to heal a wound on my lovely hens.

  21. Lillian Gasca says:

    I would send 1 to a daughter in Boston who uses all honey for cold weather hot drinks…the 2nd a daughter in DC who uses honey facials as well as in her hot soy lattes. I would use the 3rd in everything from sore throats to my daily hit green teas.

  22. Lillian says:

    I would send 1 to a daughter in Boston who uses all honey for cold weather hot drinks…the 2nd a daughter in DC who uses honey facials as well as in her hot soy lattes. I would use the 3rd in everything from sore throats to my daily hit green teas.

  23. roxane b says:

    Make peppernut cookies, use on pancakes with a little peanut butter and add to my cup of tea at the end of the day.

  24. Donna McNew says:

    3 times the dripping yumminess? Well, honey and cinnamon on my morning home baked toast only goes so far ypy know! I could make more cough medicine for next year, too.

  25. Wanda Kohlhase says:

    My favorite is simply, honey on toast!!!

  26. Reba Greer says:

    One jar would be enjoyed by me, one would be gifted to a friend, and one would be donated to a food shelf.

  27. Angel says:

    I use raw honey daily in smoothies, in my tea iced and hot (I’m a big tea drinker) in yogurt oatmeal toast and I often drizzle it on fruit .
    I also use it in facials and one of my favorite uses for raw honey is just taking a spoonful of it and savoring the taste when I have a sweet craving !

  28. Amanda Munford says:

    I would love to have some on homemade bread!

  29. Sherry Burton says:

    I would use it on toast every day.

  30. Ruth A Farmer says:

    I’ve never have tried this honey, but I would keep one jar and give the other two to my friend and family member.

  31. Erin Kibbett says:

    Put it in tea, of course! And put it on peanut butter sandwiches.

  32. Vickie Rauser says:

    I’d use the honey for “Killer” gifts, in hot toddies, and/or for baking to-die-for honey whole wheat bread.

  33. Mary Alice Baer says:

    I love honey in my coffee in the morning. Love, love it on biscuits. Use it a lot in place of sugar!!

  34. Brenda says:

    I love it in tea and on toast. Easter is coming and it would go on a ham along with brown sugar for a fabulous glaze.

  35. Antoinette M. Downey says:

    Please accept my entrance for the give away of your Once Again Organic Killer Bee honey.

  36. Joan bedwell says:

    I live in a rural area where “good” honey is hard to come by so I’d probably use all three jars in the first week! I love honey in my morning tea, biscuits and cornbread! My husband loves honey on just about everything!

  37. Karen says:

    on homemade bread with grass fed butter!

  38. diana johnson says:

    I enter baked goods in the fair every year, and one division is to make something out of honey: drop cookies, muffins, bread or honey pie and it had to contain not less than half honey. I enjoyed it every year to enter my baked goods. I also gave the honey to son when his throat hurt.

  39. Rhonda R Waldo says:

    Put some in my homemade jam. Making granola bars. Putting some in my apple cider vinegar to take the bite off.

  40. Gail says:

    Give it to my daughter in law who is trying to give my granddaughter healthy food to cure her of seizures.

  41. Melissa Beals says:

    I love honey as a natural, good-for-you sweetener, whether in tea or cookies!

  42. Thayer Jordan says:

    We would keep one, and use the other one.We love honey.I even use honey on waffles,when we have them

  43. Melissa Robbins says:

    I would make a batch of baklava for family and friends. This is one of those kinds of goodness that is old style in nature but gives to the recipient that extra thoughtfulness. A baking love if you will. Then we would enjoy it with morning tea and muffins yumm.

  44. Marilyn Hawkins says:

    I would use this honey for spreading on my homemade biscuits, for making some of the best bread you could ever imagine eating, to mix in a recipe for a facial mask and finally for eating a spoonful at a time!

  45. Judy Kennedy says:

    I love my honey in my tea, Chamomile is the best for showing off the honey flavor. On an English muffin with a little butter too and on my oatmeal, steelcut of course that’s the Bee’s Knees! I am excited for a chance to try this honey, thanks for sharing!

  46. Patricia Arbuckel says:

    I ld see it in Apple idea vinger and water in the mornings and other toast.
    way many things to list. I do love it as a facial and in my hair
    thank you will be acting for you text
    Patty

  47. Patricia Arbuckel says:

    I use it in Apple cider vinger in the morning and on toast
    way to many things to list I do love it as a facial and in my hair
    thank you will be waiting for your text
    Patty
    ps love love your magazine

  48. Suzanne says:

    I use a lot of honey – it has such amazing natural healing properties. I give it to my baby calves when they are not feeling well not only does it stop bacteria but it provides energy. I even put some in the barn cats water bowl when I noticed some were under the weather. Super fast healing agent.

  49. Sue matichek says:

    Share with work which is a group home for 4 disabled. 3 in 20s one older we are trying to keep them healthy eating more natural.

  50. Lynn Lassiter says:

    I’d share a jar with my parents. And the rest for warm breads slavered with butter and, of course, honey!

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