Whenever I cook with honey I usually zap the honey bear bottle for a few seconds in the microwave to warm it up so it is less viscous and pours easily.
Also, if I need to measure the honey into a measuring cup or spoon I will--if possible--pour the honey into the same measuring cup I used to measure any oil the recipe calls for. This makes the honey slip right out because of the greasy non-stick surface. If I'm using a recipe that doesn't call for oil, I will often lightly grease the measuring cup or spoon with a shot of cooking oil spray. Works just as well.
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* Baked Brie with Honey and Garlic by Scribbit (sorry, it's a great recipe)
* Sopapillas with a Side of Honey by Homesick Texan
* Honey and Lemon Two-Pot Chicken by The Passionate Cook
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