Not All Butter is Created Equally

I didn’t realize this until recently, but there’s a cult following of Kerry Gold Butter. This stuff is really amazing. It costs more than regular butter, so we only use it for finishing steaks or on steamed veggies ( veggies are they still healthy if they are dripping in butter?). There is a real incredible difference in this butter. I could eat it plain, but I don’t want to have a heart attack tomorrow.

Tom once saw it in someone’s cart at Costco, but we can’t find it ANYWHERE at our Costco. Its our sasquatch. I think it was an illusion and he didn’t actually see it.

3 thoughts on “Not All Butter is Created Equally”

  1. Haha, awesome! I’ll have to check it out! There is a store for craft butter in Portland called Buttercraft that Sarah and I talk about going to go check out. But we haven’t been there yet.

  2. I saw this at our Costco this week! And bulletproof coffee is a thing in Portland now… Coffee with butter instead of cream and sugar… Kerry is considered THE gold standard.
    Sean – check out butterbar for flavored butters, so yummy! That part of town is recently gentrified and worth a sunny walk.

  3. Oh yeah! Tom puts butter in his coffee sometimes, what a hipster.

    Serious question, what part of Costco was the Kerrygold butter in, Aunt Janet?

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