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The Sap is Running!

The Sap is Running!

by Kristin Frey April 05, 2017

Maple syruping time throughout New England has arrived. Syrup enthusiasts from Maine to Connecticut are outdoors tapping their maple trees and allowing the clear tree sap to trickle out of the tree trunks into collection buckets or hoses.
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Country Living November 2016

Country Living November 2016

by Jojo Frey October 26, 2016

Earlier this summer, Churncraft sold our first butter churn ever at the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY. It is only fitting that six months later Churncraft was featured in the Country Living Magazine. We are SO excited to have gotten our first national press and couldn’t be happier that we are on the pages…

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Winter Compound Butter Woes

Winter Compound Butter Woes

by Jojo Frey January 31, 2016

Butter is one of the best mediums for flavor. Throughout the year, we love to celebrate the bounty of the land and eat seasonal food. Of course, we make plenty of exceptions, but we find it important to connect with the cycle of the seasons. During the winter, Connecticut doesn’t have a lot of options…

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Thanksgiving Memories

Thanksgiving Memories

by Jojo Frey November 25, 2014

Autumn has always been my favorite season. Maybe it is because I have a November birthday, but there is something about crunchy leaves on the ground, the smell of wood fires burning and the taste of sweet apple cider. When I was a little girl, my favorite holiday was Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving would bring relatives to town…

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A Butter Tasting in France

A Butter Tasting in France

by Jojo Frey July 31, 2014

The other day I bought five amazing French butters from la Grande Epicerie. Standing in front of the wall of butters, I couldn’t decide which one to buy. So, I decided to conduct my very own butter tasting. I chose two of the most well-known butters in the world, beurre d’Echiré and Beurre d’Isigny sur… 

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Breakfast in Paris

Breakfast in Paris

by Jojo Frey July 20, 2014

Breakfast in Paris is one of my favorite dining experiences. Parisian breakfasts are simple and often consist of eating the simple, yet delicious tartine. A tartine is simply a thin slice of baguette with butter and jam or honey. So often, I would get breakfast at a café and order a café noisette avec une…  

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A Culinary Treasure

A Culinary Treasure

by Hannes Frey May 05, 2014

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.... 

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