Churn Your Own Butter
By Joe Cowan
Director of Operations
Making your own butter is an easy and fun process, especially if you have a toddler with lots of energy. The quality that you get right off the bat is superb, and spreading freshly churned butter over a slice of toast is second to none in the snack food department. It can be difficult to find really good, true cultured butter. But the biggest reason I find for making my own butter is the byproduct that results. Buttermilk! For cornbread muffins, biscuits, pie crusts, cookies, and many more things, buttermilk is an essential ingredient and indispensable in the kitchen. Recipes making use of buttermilk to follow.
Ingredients for Home-Churned Butter