Soften the goat cheese. I usually leave it out for a few hours, or overnight. I love the chèvre from my friends at Singing Hills Dairy, but when that is not available, I like the Trader Joe's plain chèvre
Place the softened goat cheese in a bowl and whip it a bit with a fork until it's smooth and creamy.
Add the sour cream and mix it in until the cheese is smooth
Add a pinch of salt and stir
Add the honey, one tablespoon at a time, tasting after each addition until you like the flavor. I usually add 2 tablespoons to 8 ounces of goat cheese, but adjust it to your liking
Grab your Belgian Endive - I usually find it at Trader Joe's. (If you can't find it or don't like it, just use your favorite cracker for this recipe)
Spread each endive leaf with a teaspoon or so of the goat cheese mixture
Chop the pecans into small pieces
Add a few pecan pieces to each endive leaf and drizzle each with a touch of honey
Serve to your favorite people. These never last long, so be careful not to leave them on the counter for your family to steal! Refrigerate any leftovers, or before the party.