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by Jojo Frey July 09, 2016

Over the 4th of July weekend, we joined Joy and Greg Margolis at the Nantucket Culinary Center to give a butter churning demonstration. We were so pleased to be able to do this on our beloved Nantucket.

Greg prepared an exquisite Sunday brunch, and Kristin, Kiki and Jojo Jojo at Nantucket Culinary Centerjoined him in creating and blending several flavorful butters. The hit of the day was the toasted pecan maple butter on Greg’s delectable popovers!

A small island twenty miles out at sea, Nantucket is blessed with a rich culture. One of the latest additions is the wonderful Nantucket Culinary Center. We love what Greg and Joy are doing for the island. Partnering with reMain, Wendy Schmidt’s foundation for Nantucket, they run a year-round café and teaching center for the culinary arts.



Watching Churncraft at Nantucket Culinary Center Greg Margolis and Churncraft at Nantucket Culinary Center

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