Not Quite The Same
- Jul 27, 2011
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That's the best butter there is.
When my boys were young, I showed them how to put cream in a mason jar, screw the lid on tight, and shake it until the butter separated out. We had such fun doing things like that. :lol:
Kudos to you. Most people would not know how to begin such a project... in fact I'd bet there's millions of people who consume it or cook with it daily who are right now scratching their heads and trying to determine what butter is made of! :mrgreen:
back when I was a young grasshopper trying to impress a young lady by helping made a dessert I beat some whipping cream til it got lumps of butter in it. I had a lot of nervous energy back them and she looked awfully cute in those little shorts bent over looking into the oven like that....
i recommend Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter
Natural Irish Butter and Cheese - Kerrygold USA Cheese & Butter
I think it is, but I could just be telling myself that to justify paying $8 for the stuff to make $3.50 worth of butter. :lol:
Lol! I wouldn't blame you for that! Well, it's fun to make stuff from scratch every once in a while, and if you can afford it then no biggie!
I've never had polenta either. Looks kinda mushy. :lol:
It's a lot like grits, maybe a smaller "cut." You cook it with butter, seasoning, maybe some cheese. You can serve it soft (like the way I cooked mine, with shrimp, peppers and onions). You can also wait for it to set, and it solidifies, and you can slice it and pan fry it. Delicious.