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Jun 23, 2011 10:07 PM

Lynnwood/Edmonds local honey search

tough year for hay fever allergies for me. right now, it's almost impossible for me to make it to a weekend farmer's market to look for local honey.
are there any grocers nearby who carry local honey?

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    1. re: val ann c

      thank you. this is very close to where i live. i see Honey is listed in their products list.

    2. Go to 132nd Street and 35th Avenue SE in the Mill Creek area and turn left (north) on 35th Avenue SE and drive up about 1/3rd of a mile. Look to your right, and you see a rambler with a sign advertising local honey. There is a garden shed in the front yard where you can buy jars of honey and honeycombs. You just leave the money. This is just north of the Pioneer Trails entrance, probably in the 118th block.

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      1. re: MillCreek

        ok, this will definitely be an adventure. i don't usually hang out in the mill creek area, is there a landmark i can look for around 132nd or 35th Ave SE? thanks!

        1. re: ritabwh

          Yes. At this intersection is the Thomas Lake Shopping Center with an Albertson's as the anchor tenant and a Shell gas station on the corner. Take exit 186 off of northbound I-5, turn right at the top of the exit and drive about 4.5 miles on 132nd and when you get to the Shell station, turn left at that intersection, and you will be on 35th Avenue SE. I rode my bicycle past the place yesterday to get the address for you, and the house is at the intersection of 35th and 118th Place SE.

          1. re: MillCreek

            thanks again. it will be another week before i can hit the road and drive around mill creek. i can't wait to find this place!

            1. re: ritabwh

              hi everyone. it's been a while but i finally made it to the Honey people. i received a bottle of their honey last christmas from one of my co-workers. this past week, i called phone number on the label and off i went. here are pictures. their address is actually in Everett.
              24 oz bear is $9. 12oz is $5. these a clear golden light honey. they have honeycomb honey as well as blackberry honey. as Millcreek said, it is honors system for payment if theDoleshels are not home. i googled them last year and found out they are well-known beekeepers within the beekeeper community
              11813 35th Ave SE, Everett

      2. If you can make it after work to old-town Mukilteo, there's a farmer's market on Wednesday evenings, and there's usually a vendor who sells local honey.

        1. I got some at the Edmonds farmers/craft market, maybe Sat. mornings ?