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how to use a french butter bell butter storage crock and a roundup of my favorite butter bells
It's the key to *always* having soft, easily spreadable butter.
Marie Wetzel saved to Pottery Butter Dishes
Cafe Retro Collection The Butter Bell crock is the traditional French method for keeping butter fresh and spreadable without refrigeration for up to 30 days. The Butter Bell’s unique design enhances butter’s delicate flavor, while providing a practical and decorative solution for serving and storing butter. Made of New Bone China Has the French word …
Breadtopia saved to Products
In this post, an excerpt from In the Potter's Kitchen, Sumi von Dassow shows how to throw a French butter dish on the pottery wheel. If you are unfamiliar
Lauren Sabour saved to Pottery Ideas
In this post, I am sharing my favorite butter bell that we use to keep our butter spreadable and fresh for everyday use.
The butter bell keeps the butter soft yet fresh for several weeks at room temperature! Handmade by ceramist Emelie Hallberg.
Clarion Creative saved to Ceramics
Forget the fridge with this old-school kitchen staple. A Butter Bell keeps butter fresh and at a spreadable consistency on your kitchen counter. We outline tips and tricks, plus the history behind this amazing kitchen gadget.
Tee Monticello saved to Food 101
Provencal Butter Bell Vintage. Found in a flea market in Lyon. Made of stoneware. 4.25" Dia | 4" H Why you'll love it This crock will keep your butter nice and fresh, whether you keep your butter in the fridge or by the range. It's as chic in a modern kitchen as it is in a traditional one. If you really feel like treating yourself, try JP's favorite Amish Roll Butter. It's a luxury, but it's one of those ingredients that really makes a recipe and it packs nicely into a butter crock.
Elsie Green saved to Products
This week's find is a very utilitarian, antique pot/crock used to store butter (with out the need for refrigeration :) French Butter Keeper (or) Butter Bell source Before refrigerators came into being, butter was kept in earthenware pots, and sometimes submerged in water. I keep bumping into antique and modern versions of the Butter crocks/pots. The original water submerged butter crock /bell is said to have originated in France in the Middle Ages. (5th to 15th century) source There are two…
Tina Arnold saved to Tina's DIY