Making Easter better with homemade butter!
After an awesome first appearance on WFSB, Kiki and I were invited back to Better Connecticut to hang out with Kara Sundlun and Mark Zinni. This episode, we teach Kara and Mark some fun ideas about incorporating slow-churned butter into your Easter brunch.
We made an quick and easy Orange Honey butter which tasted heavenly on brioche bread. It would also taste delicious on freshly-baked hot cross buns!
Watch the clip here:
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