Adopt a Beehive Gift Box
This is buzz-worthy.
Give a gift that pays it forward: This set supports small-scale family farmers in Puglia who are using sustainable and organic methods. All of their farms use permaculture techniques, with bees that help pollinate their olives trees and other crops—and provide delicious honey as a bonus. The lucky recipient of this set gets two jars of golden goodness from a farm Especially Puglia selects, a bee tea towel and wooden swirler, plus a certificate of adoption. How sweet!
-Two jars of seasonal honey sourced directly from Pugliese farmers
-A tea towel
-An adoption certificate with the number of your hive and date of harvest
-A brochure with information about the farm and the beekeeper
Photography by Rocky Luten & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Daunia Mountains in Puglia, Italy.
Set includes two 17.6oz (500g) jars of seasonal honey sourced directly from Pugliese farmers, a tea towel, an adoption certificate with the number of your hive and date of harvest, and a brochure with information about the farm and the beekeeper.
Each 17.6 oz jar measures 5.00" W x 5.00" L x 6.00" H
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How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Creamy, light, perfection. On the table in under an hour. Oh. Yes.
Today's lunchboxes reveal a Middle Eastern influence for Walker's and Addie's lunches. There's stuck-pot rice (it's simple: basmati, yogurt, curry powder, and lime juice), a celery and Israeli cucumber salad (remember, Walker loves cucumbers!), and Fage yogurt with honey. What are you having for lunch?
Today: Tom gets into a tight spot with some bees -- but makes the most of his situation with a honey granola tart. "Crazy-drive, dad, crazy-drive," both girls yell in unison from the back seat of the car. So in the soft yellow light of a warm spring morning, I do. I weave the car back and forth, fishtailing and tossing gravel from the drive into the tall prairie grass all the way up to the bus stop. If it wasn't so fun, it would be an offense to the quiet of first light.