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where to buy honeycomb?

lulusugarpop Jul 17, 2006 08:40 PM

anyone know? preferably near the Mission?

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    Doctor D Aug 28, 2010 01:49 PM

    I saw honeycomb in a jar at Rainbow Market this week. Not sure if your looking for something fresher then that, but it is in the Mission.

    Rainbow Market
    1811 23rd St, San Pablo, CA

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      gordon wing Aug 26, 2010 11:03 PM

      Not in the Mission but just across the Bay in Oakland is Khaled Almaghafi store/business - Bee Healthy Honey - on Telegraph & 36th Street. The honey is amazingly floral and prices are good from what I hear.

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      1. re: gordon wing
        Zach Georgopoulos Aug 27, 2010 05:17 PM

        There's a honey store right on the corner of 20th & Lexington in the Mission, but I can't remember the name and I've never been inside...

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          a geek Aug 28, 2010 12:03 PM

          It's Her Majesty's Secret Beekeper : http://www.hmsbeekeeper.com/

          Unfortunately according to the website it looks like they're closing down on August 31st. Too bad; very neat concept. Not sure if they sold honeycomb but plenty of honey and bees.

          Her Majesty's Secret Beekeeper
          3520 20th Street, Suite C San Francisco, CA

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        Columba Aug 26, 2010 09:14 AM

        Beekind is now in the ferry building. They might not have it on hand, but may bring from their Sebastopol store.


        1. rabaja Jul 17, 2006 08:49 PM

          A little closer to the Mission, there's a vendor at the Alemany Farmers market on Saturdays that sells a ton of varieties of honey and honeycomb. The guy who runs the stand is very friendly and informative.

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          1. re: rabaja
            lintygmom Jul 18, 2006 01:12 AM

            In the past when I lived in Noe we went there every Saturday and he had GREAT honey and wonderful honeycombs and was super nice to boot. Discussed his honeys and honey in general.

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            rootlesscosmo Jul 17, 2006 08:44 PM

            Marshall's Farm (located in San Rafael) sells honey and honeycomb at the Ferry Building Saturdays and Tuesdays.

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            1. re: rootlesscosmo
              Ruth Lafler Jul 17, 2006 09:05 PM

              Marshall is no longer at the Tuesday Ferry Building market. There's another local honey producer there, though, that also has honeycomb (and delicious honey).

              Edited to add: I just realized I have a jar of their honey on my desk, it's Snyders Honey from La Honda (San Mateo County). I bought the Tanbark Oak Honey from them -- it's a delicious medium-weight honey with a lovely reddish amber color. Tan-bark oak is a Pacific coastal forest species, and isn't really an oak at all -- it's actually related to the chestnut.

              1. re: Ruth Lafler
                darcyjean66 Aug 26, 2010 01:48 AM

                I only buy my honey from Snyders!!! the usually have a lil table set up at the market/ Deli Across from Alices' Restuarant. When Me and my BF ride the motorcycle up we always buy a jar. I havent seen any actualy honeycomb, tho, ill ask next time!! :)

                1. re: darcyjean66
                  Ruth Lafler Aug 26, 2010 08:49 AM

                  Funny you resurrected this thread -- I'm just about to add some Snyder's Toyon Berry honey to my morning yogurt.

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