Q: I have a large amount of tupelo honey and it is in an unwieldy jar for pouring purposes. However, since I didn't (pre-Greek yogurt obsession) use honey very often, this wasn't a problem.
The large jar though is now most vexing and I have been on the hunt for an attractive honey pot. I can find highly practical but plain looking plastic ones, and then there's le Creuset's yellow rendition. Not much else out there from what I can tell. Ideas?
Sent by Laura
Editor: Laura, honey is one of the most unwieldy ingredients in the kitchen, and honestly, we love to keep it in plastic squeeze bottles. It's the most convenient. This question reminds us, too, of this one:
• Good Question: Best Honey Dispenser?
Readers, do you have any advice? What's the best storage container you've found for honey?
Related: Clean Pantry Tip: Store Honey in a Ramekin
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