Last August, while I was at Viroqua's 'Wild West Days', I discovered Jim Krause in one of the tutorial booths. He had his bees (the queen was even painted with a green dot on her back so you could see her) and his magnificent honey. I bought some. I can eat it out of the jar with a spoon, it's not like any honey I ever got at the grocery store. I went back and bought some more. I shared some of mine with the owner of Cheeser's, Peg, and she thought it was marvelous, too. I started out looking for local honey - its health properties are supposed to be the best - and Peg and I both felt we hit the jackpot with Jim's. Good news, you don't have to drive all the way to Viroqua, I went on a 'Honey Run' Saturday and brought back a few cases that are now at Cheeser's. Of course I got a few big jars for myself, I make hot lemon water with honey drizzled in it. Much better than boring decaf tea and makes for nice dreams. I brought back jars that look like a bee, a bear, the squeeze bottles, standard big and small and some actual honey comb. Cheeser's is open Monday through Saturday in downtown Stoughton. You'll love that place!