It’s cold outside here in Michigan on this bright February day. Heck, it is even cold inside. Despite the the chill in the air- there are some neat things happening now. Go check your honey (no not your partner, your jar of honey). It should be thick, right? It probably looks like this:
When it’s cold outside like this, IT IS THE BEST TIME TO EAT HONEY. It’s so yummy and flavorful with hints of spring and summer dancing on your taste buds, that chill in the air begins to fade. You have to use a knife to get the honey, it’s too thick, it won’t pour. Ok…maybe it will pour but it would take a LOOOOOOON time. Use a knife. :)
Look how beautiful that looks– It taste even better!
So in the next picture the honey on the butter knife is gone. No going to lie, I ate it. Yum!
In fact we love honey. We probably eat it everyday, twice a day. And I think it’s pretty important to teach the youngsters to help themselves. Here is the youngest making his lunch. Peanut butter and honey sandwich!
Look at those knife skills. That’s how a 3 year old slices a sandwich in half. well…..halfish.
Ever wonder why honey gets thick in the winter time? Check out my article here.