Chef Jim brings beekeeper Tom Eisele from Eisele Honey.
>> we are going to do a honey baked h today. >> okay. >> i am going to show you how to spiral the slices. the honey man himself mr. isley. isley farms is here. anything you want to know about bees and honey. >> we don’t want to stump you but what’s happening to the population? we keep hearing these stories we don’t have the bees ee with used to have. >> we have a problem. we don’t know what causes the disease. most of the hives had 30,000 bees in them they should he 15,000 come spring. right now a lot of tm are just down to a few hundred bees. and they will die before spring. we really don’t know why. we are doing the same thing we have always done. everybody does the same thing. we just keep hoping it will fix it. >> sure. exactly. they provide everything. >> eating apples, fruits, vegetables if you like seedless watermelons, cantaloupes even velasic pickles. it improves the pollen nati