Re: Will honey drip out of the comb?
I pull a frame and set it at a 45 degree angle on a cooling rack with tin foil under it. Flat it did not run out. Scratch it with a fork and let the ‘little honey hounds’ come by and get it. Pick up the tin foil and pour it into a jar, wax settles back to the top. Kids got to like the cut comb (**** son eats half a square it with a spoon with his ice cream at a single sitting). I don’t think much of cut comb but maybe give a square at try. They seem to like it better when there is one frame on the table than gallon jugs and quarts, but they are kids and I do not pretend to understand them.
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