I've heard in an online shiur from Rabbi Daniel Glatstein that the Chafetz Chaim wrote an explanation on the connection between honey and the Torah. Why is the Torah compared to honey, e.g., sweetness?
The Chafetz Chaim seems to explain that if you put bread into honey, it will eventually turn into honey (I do not know if there are scientific proofs for this though); even a pig will turn into honey. The Chafetz Chaim uses these examples to say that even if a pig can be turned into something sweet, so too does the Torah transform evil into good, and bitter to sweet.
The Chafetz Chaim, according to Rabbi Glatstein, says that the Torah can transform a rasha to a ish tzadik.
Where can this Chafetz Chaim be found and if he gives more explanations on this connection between sweetness of honey and the Torah? Please also provide an English translation if providing a larger piece of this Chafetz Chaim.