Dates To Bee Remembered
September 11 Board meeting @ DIC conference room at DMACC Ankeny
November 3 Board meeting at Marshalltown Bestwestern
November 4 - 5 Annual Meeting at Marshalltown Bestwestern
For Sale: Bee Blower
New hoses. Same as shown in Dadant's catalog page 67, m00780 only with Tecumseh Engine. $250
For Sale: Kelley 4 pail water heater with 110 volt heater, $75. Two wheel drum truck, heavy duty, $100.
Contact: William Murphy 928 S 18th Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501
For Sale: One Mann Lake child's two piece bee suit--$20. Two Dadant Cricket Style beesuits with veils. These have large circular viels-one XXL one XL--$30 each. One Dadant XL bee suit with pullover hood--$25.
Four pair of medium ventilated gloves--$5/pair. These items have been used very little They could be shipped.
Contact Phil Ebert at 641-527-2639
For Sale: One Dadant stainless steel Junior Bench Extractor-$125. I also have a two frame plastic extractor of Japanese make-$65. There is a picture in the Mann Lake Catalog. Shipping is possible on the Junior Bench.
Contact Phil Ebert 641-527-2639 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 IHPA Membership and The Buzz
The Iowa Honey Producers Association will be publishing a 100th anniversary membership directory in February 2012. Due to the special event, I am now accepting dues for 2012. Dues are still $10 for the primary member and $5 for each additional family member at the same address. To ensure that your name is included in this issue of the directory, please send your dues to: IHPA, Melanie Bower, 207 S.E. Diehl, Des Moines, Iowa 50315-5227.
Printed from COOKS.COM
1/2 oz. butter
8-10 slices white bread
1 1/2 lbs. mixed summer fruit (raspberries, red currants, strawberries, cherries, black currants)
4 tbsp. clear honey
1/4 pt. double cream
Use the butter to grease 2 pint pudding basin. Cut the crusts from the bread and use the slices to line the basin, covering the sides and the bottom.
Prepare the fruit according to its type and place in a saucepan with the honey. Simmer gently until the juice flows. Strain off some of the juice and pour over the bread lining. Pour half the fruit into the basin then add a layer of bread. Add the rest of the fruit and cover with a layer of bread.
Place a small plate on top of the pudding, making sure it is resting on the pudding, not the sides of the basin. Put a weight on the plate and leave in the refrigerator overnight. Turn the pudding out onto a serving dish and whip the cream. Use the cream to decorate the pudding.