Churn Butters Blog

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Hot Buttered Chai Recipe

Even though January is typically a month filled with sobriety and monk-like diets, don’t forget to treat yourself every once in awhile. Stumbled across this recipe in Chatelaine Magazine and it warmed my insides just reading about it! Use The Local Churn Organic Unsalted Butter for this recipe and go find yourself a fire and a cozy blanket and enjoy! [...]

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The Health Benefits of Eating Butter

Good News About Butter in Your Diet Butter is unhealthy, right? What if I told you it has health benefits—would that change the way you feel about butter? Memories of butter are often positive. Think of butter-filled holiday meals shared with loved ones, or of spreading butter on homemade bread still warm from the oven. There’s something very comforting about [...]

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Rosemary Butter and “Cocoa Rosies”

Deepest, darkest Winter is behind us, but I’m still ready for warm, comfort food on a weekend evening.  With the thought of steaming mashed potatoes, fresh mushrooms, and roast lamb, I set about making a Rosemary and Apricot Butter for this weekend’s Royal City Farmers Market.  I was further inspired by a delightful cookie named a “Cocoa Rosie” given to me [...]

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Harvest Markets

Yes, Fall is here, and I’ve noticed a smattering of rain here and there. On the plus side, it’s harvest season, and the markets are full of beautiful squash, apples, pears, onions, and other late harvest bounty. Churn is working hard to find retail locations for Winter – thanks to you butter fans who continue to email me asking “where [...]

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A Fantastic First Summer

Huge Thanks to all the folks who came, tasted, and bought butters at this summer’s markets. I’ve enjoyed the great conversations, butter stories, and the many “I Love Butter” declarations. I definitely love people who love butter. The end of the markets is fast-approaching, and I’m working hard to be ready for stores in the Fall. In the meantime, I’ll [...]