For this recipe you will need:

3 large apples,

raw unpasteurized honey – 100g,

nuts and raisins – 1 cup.

Prep time: 10 mins, cook time: 25 mins.


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  1. Sam and Frank Ridler

    This honey season was challenging to say the least. The weather was the biggest challenge. The packaged bees featured very poor queens. As a result we ended up with a lot of them being beheaded.
    That is where you came to our rescue and provided us with replacements. I can not thank you enough. All these queens were accepted without hesitation and were able to build up sufficient numbers that will most likely survive the winter. Even though we did not requeen until mid August I am very impressed with the strength of the colony. Two of them even went on to fill a second box by late September. Our New Zealand packages can not even compare to them. Wow!
    I will definitely be calling you next spring when its time to split and replenish colonies.
    If you are looking for excellent replacements, I highly recommend that you give Dashia and Roland a call.
    Thank you again for your hard work and dedication to providing us with your Terrace bred queen bees!

  2. Lucy Karnik

    You recently gave your business card to my nephew Mark and I must say thank you! We are new to beekeeping and bought North Island Honey as a means of entering the beekeeping world – wow. It has been a great year and we have a lot to learn about how special and wonderful fireweed honey is and your website has been very informative. We only have 20 hives at the moment but apparently at one time the business ran 100 hives! We have so much to learn. I will enjoy following your posts!
    Best regards,

    1. wrightsapiary

      Dear Lucy,
      Welcome to beekeeping and thank you for your kind words! We have been learned a great deal ourselves these two recent years and, no doubt, there is going to be a life learning curve ahead of us! Beekeeping and bees still do have many puzzles waiting to be discovered and solved. Good luck to us all and let’s keep in touch!

      Best Regards,
      Daria & Roland Wright

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