I've not made this as good honey is so expensive - $15 a quart from my beekeeping friends. But I know it's good, no, great honey, locally sourced, and processed as minimally as possible. Ok. I figured out as a child tht if you spread honey on a piece of bread, thickly, and let it soak in, the bread becomes mildly crunchy, and that texture with the flavor of good honey is a treat to me. My idea is to takek bread cubes, and just soak them in a bowl of honey, then serve them up as you would a fondue, with those at the table simply taking out some chunks to place on their desert plates. So you would have honey cubes, maybe with fresh strawberies, or ripe muskmelon cubes. I'd say honeydew but we never get ripe honeydew in out stores.
Does this sound good to anyone but me? Has anyone tried such a desert? Curious minds want to know.
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North