Restaurant builds its own buzz

06/16/2009 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Two chefs at the Fairmont Washington hotel in D.C. have brought in some help to raise their restaurant's profile: 100,000 Italian honeybees. The bees live on the roof of the hotel, pollinate local plants and bring their nectar back to make honey that the chefs will use in distinctive desserts such as "honey caviar."

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