honey pot.

March 20, 2009


I put honey on everything {my newest fave is on greek yogurt}. I usually buy a big jug of it from the local farmers market, and it doesn’t last long in our house. The problem is, pouring the honey from the jug onto a peanut butter sandwich makes a mess of EPIC proportions. So, I recently set out to find a sweet little container for our honey. Seattle based Barbara Dunshee pottery is where I found the perfect little pot! It’s like the little cream-colored pot above, and I just love it! The shape is perfect, and the little ball on top is such a nice touch. Barbara is quite the accomplished artist. Her entire shop is filled with beautiful pieces. I absolutely adore her green and red color combinations, and her “Lively Lidded Vessels” are stunning.


tara g said on March 20, 2009

i’m not a huge fan of honey by itself…but i love to cook with it! and i agree – the mess is “epic!”

thanks for pointing out this great handmade honey pot option!

sherry said on March 21, 2009

Those are beautiful. I use a honey pot too. I love honey on waffles!

Anonymously Chic said on March 22, 2009

those vessels are stunning. honey is tasty, but i tend to use agave nectar b/c it’s a bit less messy.

Rebecca said on March 22, 2009

These are gorgeous pots!

la marquise des anges said on March 22, 2009

I am a true honey – oholic… probably because my grand father was a beekeeper …. it’s part of our family tradition ….
those pots are fabulous. like the colors, the style ; really love them !

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