I’ve now sorted out the honey I pressed a few days ago. The trouble with using a fruit press for honeycomb is that the compressed honey/comb sets in a solid block and it is quite wrestling match to recover it from the press.
Eventually I managed and transferred it to the plastic bowl which held the drippings from the strainer. Then I followed the recipe for honeycomb flapjack that I blogged some months ago. It’s really scrummy, even better as some of the comb had been brood comb (coprophobes wouldn’t like the thought of it though!).
I had left the strained honey for far too long and it was close to setting, but tilting the tank and leaving it for a while worked and the bulk of the honey gravitated down to the tap end whence I could, very slowly, be-jar it.