- Growing Up With Honeybees
- A Healthy Vision for 2013
- Gourmet Snacking Made Simple: Goat Cheese Log with Pecans and Sourwood Honey
- Read Ted’s article in Bee Culture magazine!
- More about Creighton Cutts & Bee Natural
- Ruminations on a Decade
- More on featured artist Giana Eden!
- Sister City Honey Challenge and Video
- All About Jeff Cook & Lakeside Woodworks!
Well, you might say that I love honeybees. I have basically grown up with them. Now my adulthood has turned into a full-time job working with, and sometimes speaking for, honeybees. You see, honeybees do only good. They benefit that … Continue reading
Enter our ‘Healthy Vision for 2013′ Pinterest Contest! 10 winners will receive a set of Savannah Bee Company Honey and Royal Jelly Shampoo & Honey and Propolis Conditioner! It’s so easy to do: 1. If you’re not signed … Continue reading
Last weekend, we made an appetizer simply by rolling a goat cheese log (Belle Chevre goat cheese is one of our favorites) in crushed pecans, spread it over a cracker, and drizzled each bite with Sourwood honey. It was delicious and … Continue reading
Located in Athens, Georgia, Creighton Cutts is the founder of Bee Natural and is the inventor of the patented Honeypot and it’s unique production technique. A marine biologist by trade, Creighton also enjoyed bronze sculpture as a hobby. A beekeeper … Continue reading
I was raised right on the beach. Our house on St. Simons Island sat at the back of the dunes and I lived in the salt water. Like fish, swimming, floating, body surfing, me and my gang of friends would … Continue reading
It has been 10 years. I officially started Savannah Bee Company in January 2002. Wow. A decade – 10 years of my life – devoted to this child, the offspring of my relationship with bees. And what a child it … Continue reading
Giana has worked in a variety of media and brings an eclectic background to her work. She trained in art schools at the Maryland Institute College of Art and at Syracuse University. Giana also worked as a pottery apprentice in … Continue reading
Last year Savannah Bee released two fantastic regional honeys, the Savannah Honey and the Charleston Honey. The idea was to capture the flavor of each great Southern city in the form of Honey. Our guess was that the unique floral … Continue reading