One of the simplest things you can do to preserve seasonal seasonal flavors is make compound butter and freeze it. Chive blossoms have been abundant the past few weeks so you know what I’ve been up to.
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Butterball Farms Luncheon Event
So I must say, one of the really cool things about writing this blog is occasionally I get some event invitations. Last week I was invited to attend an event where my friend Chef Julius was showcasing Butterball Farms butter. “Lunch? And you’re cooking, Chef? Um, yeah, I can make it!” It was actually aContinue reading “Butterball Farms Luncheon Event”
Herb Butter – Kitchen Essential
Herb butter. Compound butter. Hotel butter. No matter what you call it, it’s one of the easiest items you can make and add to your kitchen essentials cupboard. It’s also a good example of how a simple uncomplicated item can have tremendous effects on anything you cook. Finish off your vegetables with it, plop aContinue reading “Herb Butter – Kitchen Essential”