Review: Typhoon Hardwares Butter Churner

I recently saw this Typhoon Hardwares Butter Churner on Food 52, I purchased it right away.  Growing up one of my neighborhood friends taught us to make butter from scratch and it was always a memory of being the best thing I ever had.  Not sure if it was because I created it or it was just really good.   Seeing the butter churner I had to try it again.   About 2 weeks later it arrived to my home.

The process is really easy and takes about 15 minutes of churning.  There are a couple of steps to get it to the stage 

of ready to use but I would say 2 and a half hours altogether.  (Two of which is letting the cream sit out, so not a lot of labor.)   The butter was creamy and the butter churner came with a couple of ideas for flavored butters which I am anxious to try.  Definitely  worth the money and I think I would invest in the wood paddles which I had not purchased.

5 Star Review

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