The storing part is easy, since the raw stuff will never spoil it doesn't need much attention, but it will sugar. To prevent that take what you will use for the week/month out and put the rest in your freezer. It will get thick like taffy but no worries about the jar breaking as honey doesn't expand that much.
I can't emphasize enough you must get RAW honey, a lot of beekeepers around here will say honey processed at 140 is raw, not so, the health values of honey start fading away at 110 and are gone at 140. Question them as to how they extract it, a lot of them use a pump which requires heat. You will want course strained honey.