Hey Honey!

Though it seems like we just had Spring and Summer...

And the days are still warm, the bees still snuffling happily amongst my herbs and flowers...

There is definitely a nip of Fall in the air.  And while colder weather certainly brings to mind fond notions of fluffy scarves and sweaters, warm boots,

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Hey Honey!

How was your Labor Day?  Ours was resplendent with the usual fare afforded a long weekend!

Barbecuing...dutch oven peach cobbler (made from scratch of course!)...

the company of good friends...a flick or two...and naturally, Hey Honey was enjoyed by all!

Alas, all good things must come

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    Hey Honey!  Happy Lemonade Freedom Day to you!

The lemonade stand is one of America's greatest icons, right up there with baseball and apple pie.  How many of  us bought our first pair of roller skates  or bicycle with the help of our trusty lemonade stand?   It's a  time honored way to leap into

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If you happened to stop by Friday to say hi during our demo at Aptos Natural Foods, you may have seen our new friend! The store there is chock full of wonderful goodies so we set our sample table up just outside the door.  A bit into the afternoon, a honey bee appeared to be suddenly overcome with a wild attraction

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Hey Honey! How was your 4th of July?  Ours was lovely...homemade ice cream, BBQ, fireworks, good friends, and naturally, plenty of ice cold lemonade! Of course, everyone wants a bit of the bee-luscious for themselves, and the HH team have been busy bees...driving hither and yon, spreading the sunshiny goodness of the best lemonade around.  We are currently available in... Cornucopia Community Market

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A big Hey Honey welcome to all our new friends! For those of you who don’t know us, we’re a family-owned start-up located in California’s bee-utiful central valley, and we’re bringing you the only lemonade 100% sweetened with pure California wildflower honey.... We’re all about supporting local and organic farmers and ensuring the ongoing health of our precious bees. We’re foodies,

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