Front Burner: An Old-Fashioned Route to Butter

By: nytimes.com 8 months ago
Front Burner: An Old-Fashioned Route to Butter

The Churncraft makes more than a pound of butter at a time, and provides users with a workout, too.

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Yes, you can make butter in a food processor, but here is a lower-tech method that has much more aesthetic appeal and adds a bit of a workout, too. The Churncraft butter churn is at once sleek yet old-fashioned, heavy and effective. Using two quarts of heavy cream, in 10 to 15 minutes one can make more than a pound of golden butter, along with a bonus: several cups of buttermilk. Imagine a weekend morning with the family making butter, buttermilk and then the pancakes: Churncraft butter churn, $240; butter wrapping kit, $24; wooden paddles, $12; churncraft.com.

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