The Jean-Yves Bordier Butter factory in France looks like a wonderful place to get lost in. Mind of a Chef toured the factory with chef Ludo Lefebvre, and just judging from Lefebvre’s pure joy in seeing all that butter get made, it seems like it’s heaven on Earth. Hell, even from just watching the video of the…
The great grudge match of bread spreads—butter vs. margarine—has a new champion. After several decades of inexplicable margarine-dominance, the trend has finally flipped in butter’s favor.
An analysis by Tufts University researchers has failed to find a link between butter consumption and cardiovascular disease. And hallelujah to that—the ongoing hysteria against butter can now finally come to an end.
A 2,000-year-old orb of butter weighing 22-pounds was recently discovered in Co Meath, Ireland. Ancient butter experts believe that it was once offering to the gods. It’s also “theoretically... still edible” according to Andy Halpin, one of the Irish National Museums’ assistant keepers. Not a chance, Andy!
Everything is better with butter on it, but to make sure you’re not overdoing it and putting yourself on the road to a heart attack, the Biēm Butter Sprayer lets you lightly dole out a stick of that golden deliciousness by almost instantly turning it into a spray.
Do you keep your butter in the refrigerator? You do? Stop it. Stop it right this second. You’re ruining your butter experience and making your toast taste like failure. Let me tell you why.
One of my favorite things I love to see get made is croissants. Mostly because of the ungodly amount of butter that gets used but also because the idea of folding something so flat into something so scrumptious is a lot fun and I love seeing the golden, flaky finished product. This video has two out of the three.
People are putting butter in their coffee. And hey, if you're just craving a new flavor experience, more power to you. The problem is that Bulletproof Coffee, the company behind the trend, is claiming that drinking a mug of fatty joe every morning instead of eating breakfast is a secret shortcut to weight loss and…
The bread and butter at Razza Pizza Artiginale is made by James Beard Rising Star Chef semi-finalist Dan Richer. He's the chef behind the restaurant and might be more obsessed with bread and butter than any person on the planet. This video shows how he made his restaurant's bread and butter the most delicious.
This advertisement for Danish butter brand Lurpak features some of the silliest riffs on 2001: A Space Odyssey we've ever seen. You have to love the carrot rocket and the potato asteroids. And now, we crave butter.
Do you hear that? That's the sound of the world becoming a more awesome place/arteries clogging now that we have a better way to serve butter: by smooshing it through a customized cheese grater. Delicious.
When they tell you that you can't believe it's not butter, it's a damned lie. Butter is creamy beautiful deliciousness while margarine is mere fake and processed imitation. It's no contest... unless you consider their healthiness. Because we can't have nice things, butter is high in saturated fat. That's no good.…
Believe it or not, Norway is out of butter. Like seriously. According to Reuters, they've got none. Zero. Zilch. Null. Hilariously, it's all because of a fad diet that demands people to eat more fat. You can't make this stuff up!
Single servings of butter are almost always a pain to use. This concept packaging would revolutionize single serving butter because you don't need a butter knife. The lid of the package is the butter knife. I want this so bad.
Butter. It's tasty and it just happens to be an ideal lubricant for suicide hotspots like giant steel bridges.
When I cook, I generally just estimate my butter measurements. One tablespoon equals half a stick, two tablespoons becomes a whole stick. What can I say, I like to keep things simple.
Did you know that 8mm of butter is the only safe quantity? 9mm will give you a stroke, and 7mm will ensure permanent erectile dysfunction—and to this end, the Precise Butter Cutter will protect you and your loved ones by allowing you to always cut 8mm of butter every single time. Just slide the ruler along and chop.…
For this anti-gravity experiment we will need one cat (preferably cute) and one piece of toast buttered on one side only. Now this experiment relies on two constants, one being a cat in motion will always land on its feet. And the other being when buttered toast travels from point X to point Y, it will always land…
Too tired or lazy to cut your butter in the morning? Here's a machine that'll do it for you, precisely measuring a 35-calorie portion at a time. Keep in mind, butter is 100% fat.