Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Busy as a Bee

Do you ever get up in the morning and think, "I would be dripping in dates this week, if only I knew more about honey!"

Well, mister and miss, you've come to the right place. I used to be like you, thinking a little SueBee squeezy bear held all I needed to know. And was I going out dancing the twinkle on a Saturday night? No sirree Bob! But now I know the truth. And I want to share my knowledge with you.

If you want to get lucky and wow the ladies and gents, you've got options. You can buy my book, or you can come over and sit at my kitchen table and listen while I natter on about the bee dance, or you can go over to Chow and learn all about 10 very special varietal honeys, with recipes to match. Amaze your friends! Astound your relatives! Whip up a Bee's Knees or a batch of Buzzing Bran Muffins! And love will follow.


k. said...

So true. You certainly charmed me with your sweet, sweet talk about honey and bees and, of course, the bee dance. Then I read your honey book and was yours forever.

k. said...

I'm also fond of your Chow article on grass-fed steaks vs. the super-expensive chi-chi steaks.

Danielle said...

I discovered beekeeping two summers ago. Isn't it fun? I wish I had a good place to keep my own hive.

Vanessa (of vanesscipes) said...

"I would be dripping in dates this week, if only I knew more about honey!"
I think I DID say that last week. Can't wait to read.

Stephanie J. Rosenbaum said...

And you know, K., I've got the last inch of your Florida tupelo honey waiting patiently for you in my kitchen cabinet, in all its flowery glory...come home and we'll have hot coffee with real cream and buttered toast dripping with tupelo honey.