Recipes
Cinnamon Honey Ice Tea
Place tea bags, orange slices and cinnamon in a vessel over low heat. Add boiling water and cook for 2-3 minutes.
Banana Smoothie
Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend on high until thick and frothy. Serve in tall glasses.
Honey Chilli Potatoes
Drain potato fingers and transfer into a large bowl. Add garlic paste, red chilli powder,1 tablespoon red chilli sauce...
Honey Panner
If it is a store bought paneer; soak in hot salt water for about 1o minutes. This process makes the paneer soft and tasty. 
Honey Fruity Kebabs
Mix all the ingredients for Dipping sauce in a container and mix well to form a creamy dip. 
Honey Shrikand
Place 2 large square cheesecloths in a large bowl. Place yogurt on the cheesecloth, gather the...
Cinnamon Honey Ice Tea
Place tea bags, orange slices and cinnamon in a vessel over low heat. Add boiling water and cook for 2-3 minutes.
Banana Smoothie
Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend on high until thick and frothy. Serve in tall glasses.
Honey Chilli Potatoes
Drain potato fingers and transfer into a large bowl. Add garlic paste, red chilli powder,1 tablespoon red chilli sauce...
Honey Panner
If it is a store bought paneer; soak in hot salt water for about 1o minutes. This process makes the paneer soft and tasty. 
Fun Facts About Honey Bees
Bees are the only insect in the world that make food that people can eat.
One bee will only make 1/12 of a teaspoon on honey in its entire life.
Many plants rely on insects like bees in order to be pollinated; which is why they provide nectar to say thanks.
A colony of bees can contain between 20,000 and 60,000 bees, but only one queen bee.
A bee’s wings beat 190 times a second, that’s 11,400 times a minute!
It has been estimated that it would take 1,100 bee stings to produce enough venom to be fatal.
Each colony smells different to bees, this is so they can tell where they live!
It would take 1,100 bees to make 1kg of honey and they would have to visit 4 million flowers.
The queen bee will lay around 1,500 eggs a day.
Bees have two separate stomachs; one for food and another just for nectar.
A third of all the plants we eat have been pollinated by bees.
Bees have been around for more than 30 million years.
Bees communicate by smells called ‘pheromones’ and by performing special ‘dances’.
Bees die after stinging since their stinger stinger gets caught in our flesh and rips off leaving them dead..
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