Lemon Honey Pot
Use whatever lemons you have (these are meyer), but choose one or two that are nicely shaped.
Next, trim the stem end (top) about a quarter of the way down. You want to expose the flesh.
I'm using a raw, raspberry honey from Maine. This is very delicious and I urge you to try raw honey if you've never had the pleasure.
Now you can begin to scoop out the flesh with a melon baller. You want to leave about 1/4 of it at the bottom in order to prevent leakage. Don't forget to squeeze that pulp & use it for something else. I suggest making my Hot Lemon Drop.
Fill the hollowed out lemon with honey & cover it with your reserved top. Steep your tea and set out your table.
No one will guess this is a honey pot.
Don't forget to supply a honey wand.
The next time you have company over and you want to give them tea, buy yourself a lemon or two. Make one of these instead of reaching for that ubiquitous plastic honey bear. If you can buy local honey, even better. I'm almost certain your guests will appreciate the gesture and will more than likely "steal" this idea. Enjoy!