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Rick and Eric talk about Halloween, moving apartments, boxes from old moves you've never opened.
Beekeeping overload has happened to Eric, with the realization that one can only eat so much honey. Rick talks about queenless hives.
What fun we had with Lynne Rossetto Kasper of The Splendid Table! we hope to have her back on to answer more of our questions.
The most recent foraging edible plant identification video about purslane is talked about, and upcoming show on sumac.
Wondering how to remove latex paint from the floor, check out this picture of what can go wrong, and then use windex to remove the paint.
photo by earl53
I don't like candy corn either. But some well-meaning friends brought some over the other night. After they left, we quickly dumped the candy corn in the compost pile.
The next day, our bees were ALL OVER IT! Bees love candy corn.
Did you see about the blue honey in France:
M&M’s blamed for coloring bees honey - New York Daily News http://ow.ly/eqZTg
BTW, Eric, nothing says you have to actually work the bees to keep them. Garden Hives are an English tradition. Don't need to work them, just let them go ferrel.
My two hives are about 20' from my house. I'm glad they are close by. The family can keep an eye on the hives w/out any real effort.
A Halloween tradition here is to mix equal amounts of candy corn with dry roasted peanuts - I prefer unsalted. The combo tastes just like Payday candy bar...but I agree candy corn by itself is awful!