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A Culinary Treasure

by Hannes Frey May 05, 2014

A Culinary Treasure

As Julia Child once said, “With enough butter, anything is good.” We have to agree. Butter is at the core of most of our favorite dishes. In our opinion, butter is one of the world’s greatest culinary treasures. It’s ability to carry and enhance any flavor never ceases to amaze.

This blog is our attempt to explore the mouth‐watering world of butter. We want to spread our knowledge and passion for this delicious foodstuff with all of you who share our enthusiasm!

Though our focus is primarily on butter, we also intend to use this blog as a platform to share our musings and knowledge on food and culture. Enjoy!

 

Hannes Frey
Hannes Frey


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