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The Sacramento Cookery Book: The Culinary Heritage of California's Capital Paperback – 1982
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The Sacramento Cookery Book: The Culinary Heritage of California's Capital [Paperback] Sally A. Clifford (Author) From the Author I met a guy who put living bees on his face, at county and state fairs, to show how tame and handle-able honeybees were if you understand them. This opened the door for a fascinating fact-finding adventure that took me to King Tut's tomb (where still-edible honey was found), to the mystical philosophies of India, to America's Old West, to ancient Greece, to the State Capitol of Utah, to modern-day Canada (where they use bee venom, from stingers, for arthritis relief. Absolutely fascinated, I wanted to share this knowledge, and recipes using another of Mother Nature's wondrous gifts-honey. --
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All of that said, the Editorial Reviews for this book, relate to an entirely different publication. This book makes no reference to the historical significance of honey. It does, however, sate your appetite for Sacramento anecdotes!