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butter

1. adjective Good. She's so cool, definitely butter. You'll love her.
2. noun One who cuts in line. (To "butt" is to cut in line.) Hey, you butter! I was here first!
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butter

mod. good; really fine. This guy Walter, he’s butter, totally butter.
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They had been obliged to put Tom Kitten into a hot bath to get the butter off.
On the other hand, several butter manufacturers - embracing the trend toward more natural ingredients - are using sea salt in their salted butters.
From the In-Fisherman cookbook, Cooking Freshwater Fish, by Chef Lucia Watson, these Herb Butters go well on all fish, whether baked, broiled, grilled, or fried.
The new investment will increase Lockerbie Creamery's butter production capacity by 2,000 tonnes and will increase the range of butters that Milk Link is able to offer its customers.
Merchandising Tips* Try putting the specialty butters in the cheese case to distinguish them from the rest.* Set up a display that describes how specialty butter is made, and why it is superior.
After six and 12 months of frozen storage, a portion of the butters was removed and placed in refrigerated storage for three and six months.
Dozens of nut butter options include almond, cashew, hazelnut, macadamia and soy butters as well as sesame seed butter--all close, nutritionally speaking.
Flower butters may be used for savory toppings on crisp French bread and crackers or as sweet butters for fruit breads, in sugar cookies or as filling for light cakes.
Smen includes a wide variety of seasoned butters used to season pans.
The healthiest bet is to buy all natural peanut butters. Some of the oil in popular peanut butters (such as Skippy or Jiffy) has been converted into a harder, saturated fat so the oil doesn't separate to the top.
As more European-style butters commingle in the dairy case with central-casting stick styles, what used to be a simple salted or unsalted, basic or fancy choice has become mind-bending.
Most nut and seed butters offer a nice dose of nutrients --some protein, magnesium, zinc, copper, and vitamin E-- along with their good fats.
Nut and seed butters naturally contain healthful, unsaturated fats that can help reduce the risk of several health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes.
This cookbook has over 50 recipes featuring nut milks and nut butters that are gluten-free and vegan (except for the occasional use of honey; however, maple syrup is given as an alternative).
harshly in restaurants as they There is nothing more disappointing to me than when instead of seeing those charming little foil-covered butters accompanying your bread, there's olive oil and balsamic vinegar instead.