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United States anthropologist noted for her claims about adolescence and sexual behavior in Polynesian cultures (1901-1978)

United States philosopher of pragmatism (1863-1931)

made of fermented honey and water

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Mead drinkers at Park tend to be women, Balchum says, but men do order the honey wine as well.
Two major hurdles in honey wine production cited above are high microorganism loads and haze-causing proteins.
It was thought that if newlyweds drank mead or honey wine every evening for one month - the cycle of the moon - they would have a male heir within a year.
The earliest evidence of honey wine has been found in 9,000-year-old pottery, but it's thought to be older than that.
Technically a honey wine, mead happens when honey, water and yeast come together, which means nature probably brewed the first batch.
Actually, there is no honey wine, which is a shame, because that's my favorite part of Ethiopian food.
We ate with our hands and honey wine was drunk with the meal.
We had a banquet thrown for us when we left, with goat roasted on an open fire and served on "plates" made of wild plant fronds, and were invited to stay in the chief's living enclosure and drink homebrewed honey wine with him and his wives.
The most famous alcoholic drink made from honey though is mead or honey wine.
Mead, the ancient honey wine, will be celebrated at the International Mead Festival in Boulder, CO, on November 5 and 6.
Pity for Peter (Ray Baker), a sleazy older lawyer scheming to sip Alan like honey wine.
Another Volcano specialty is its Macadamia Nut Honey wine, made with honey produced in the Big Island's Captain Cook area.
A dessert choice could be the eight precious rice pudding with honey wine sauce.
One particular experiment I did was mead or honey wine, which I did, medieval style 2000.
In the initial stages of planning a business, their focus was on mead, originally a honey wine.