Ah, fresh creamery butter. Is there anything more comforting?
Well, well, we at last are privileged to smirk and say this once more: you are wrong, Hugh Jackman! There IS a finer buttery bliss, and that is butter made into spaghetti-strings before being spread across our toast – which, by the way, is BETTER when pushed down twice!
Once you’ve taken a block of butter perfectly enjoyable when sliced into malleable pats and spread gently over bread and essentially rendered it into shoelaces, your dairy-enjoyment standards will be forever changed. If you’ve ever sought to devour toast that wears a stick of butter the way Jack Torrance wears snow at the end of Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING, then your time has come. Why settle for spreading a lone, modest pat upon your toast with a few effortless, lazy strokes of a knife when you could repeatedly twist a crank and subdue your breakfast beneath ALL of the butter, all at once?
For best use, grate only solid sticks of butter.