Happy, rather than sealing.Also, make your own butter with just…pan was cleaned out. I aghast. I did not think this would be replayed again. I have to now say I will stick with you and your recipes. This mind blowing since I find them easy to make, you can use a food processor. I make small batches of herbed butter from my freshly grown herbs. Three to six differently flavored butters on a beautiful serving dish with a thinly sliced and toasted (on a cookie sheet) baguette makes an attractive and simple presentation. James Beard loved non-herbed sweet butter (do not add salt) on radish slices. Yummy contrast of soft and creamy butter on crunchy and tangy radishes. I do not add carrot or salt to my butter…soft white color looks more natural to me. You might want to present the dish with a few buttered radishes so your guests “get it”. Let me knowing you try this and like it! As our Julia says….Bon Appetit!
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My favorite dish to mix up is a giant salad with several types of lettuce, or the like. I'm all for making my own butter but not if it's at the expense of my health using conventional commercial dairy.Iwas searching the web for a different way to eat my garden beets. I found this recipe. Then I ran out at lunch and bought the cookbook. I have never been so excited to buy a book. I share all the emails with my friends. I always enjoy reading them.Happy Holidays !!, at which stage should I work in the crushed garlic? Thanks!I use to help my mom make butter when I was a boy growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. We had a Guernsey milk cow and boy did she produce lots of milk and that milk produced lots of cream. Jersey & Guernsey cows are the only cows that produce lots of cream from their milk. I grew up on a farm. My mother had a (4) gallon churn that she made butter with. Fresh buttermilk is hard to come by unless you make your own., cocoa powder and salt. YUMMMMMMMMMMMM.