To whom it may concern, Andrea will be at the Abita Springs Art & Farmers Market tomorrow with Ross Round Comb Honey and duck eggs! Both items are quite pleasing, in my humble and biased opinion. Not at the same time, mind you, that would be weird. But independently, they are quite nice. Unless you … Continue reading Here ye, Here ye!
JOIN US FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL FIRST RESPONDERS CHILI COOK-OFF ON SATURDAY NOV 2ND - 11:00A.M. TO 6:00P.M. at 1 North Marigold Drive, Covington, Louisiana There's going to be food, crafts, music, and all kinds of good stuff! Cooler weather is upon us and the bees are preparing for winter but you can still get … Continue reading 2nd Annual First Responders Chili Cook-Off
How 'bout that storm! We're gonna be picking up limbs for weeks! Like most people, it seems, we woke up yesterday morning only to find out that the power had been out for hours. After coffee and breakfast on the camp stove, we drove to town to get a few things done only to find … Continue reading Stormy weather
Then come by the Marigold Farmer's Market 8am to 1pm today or drop by anytime at Attic to Awesome and pick up some of the good stuff made right here in Bush, Louisiana!
Talcatcha Farm Honey is available today at the Abita Springs Art and Farmers Market until 3pm! Come on by and say "Hi!" You can also get our honey now at Attic to Awesome at 22107 Hwy. 36 Abita Springs, Louisiana. They got all kinds of cool stuff there! Reminder; now is the perfect time for … Continue reading Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch!
Come by our booth today at the Abita Springs Art and Farmers Market and pick up some delicious honey made right here at our home in Bush, LA! It's good for grilling, baking, cocktails, all by itself, and everything in between! Stay cool! ...and remember, be good to the bees!
Andrea will be at the Abita Springs Art and Farmers Market today. Come say hi and pick up some freshly-bottled honey! Boo says it's good and good for you! The first written reference to honey, a Sumerian tablet writing, dating back to 2100-2000 BC, mentions honey's use as a drug and an ointment. Aristotle (384-322 … Continue reading See you there!
The bees have been working hard this year and, despite the occasional setback from all the rain, they've managed to make a pretty good batch of honey. We'll have it for sale at the Abita Springs Art and Farmers Market this coming Sunday 6.16.19. Hope to see you there! Honey; it's good and good for … Continue reading Beautiful Honey!