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Lucy M. Long is a folklorist, food studies scholar and Director of the non-profit Center for Food and Culture in Ohio.


"In Honey, Long, a folklorist, food studies scholar, and director of the nonprofit Center for Food and Culture in Ohio, provides a detailed account of the role of honey and honeybees throughout history. She emphasizes honey in food, drink, and health, as well as its cultural role in folk traditions around the world. . . . The author details the practical art of beekeeping and honey production, and the documented issues surrounding the global threat to the honeybee population. . . . As is standard with Reaktion's Edible series, copious illustrations and an appendix full of recipes are presented. Long also offers resources for budding apiarists, such as associations and practical beekeeping websites. Recommended."-- "Choice"

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