If you like sweet honey, you might think this sounds like a real treat. Sorry you can't have any. The Associated Press reports that Utah ag officials say a newly concocted red honey isn't real honey and can't be sold in stores. Not sure why. It was created by a beekeeper who mixed crushed candy canes with water. His bees fed on it, and it resulted in a crimson honey. Then bees from other hives around the state found it and it started to create a sticky situation. A local beekeepers association is offering to exchange the red honey for regular honey that meets market standards. Huh. So, whatever you feed your bees will result in re-flavoring the honey? I vote beer. DB