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Looks amazing! I've never tried homemade butter, and now I feel like I'm seriously missing out. So would shortbread made with this be the ultimate?

Stefanie @ Sarcastic Cooking

Love this! I was totally obsessed with Little House on the Prairie too! I was even thinking about rereading them. Am I too old for that you think?


Looks delicious! The photos are stunning and I will definitley add "Make Butter" to my kitchen bucket list. Love it!!

Emily @ Totes Delishy

I have 'accidentally' made butter many times by starting the mixer to whip cream and forgetting about it because the dog barked/phone rang/timer went off. I wish I had read this a long time ago it would have saved me a lot of heartache and I would have had homemade butter for weeks!
Side note-where does one buy aroma b powder?


I was pretty obsessed with Laura too, in my younger years, staying up way too late reading about Plum Creek and Nelly Olsen.
This is definitely on my list of things to make this winter. Love it!

Becs @ Lay the table

No freaking way! My mum read me Little House on the prairie growing up! I remember that very bit about them churning butter! Also she thought it was funny one christmas to hide my santa presents and leave me a tin cup and a satsuma ala LHOTP. Was not impressed!


I love(d) Little House on the Prairie too! I will have to try the cultured butter ... sounds heavenly!


Your homemade butter looks so good! I was also obsessed w/ Little House on the Prairie as a kid and just recently bought The Little House Cookbook just for a trip down memory lane. :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog and it's great to find yours as well. I'll be visiting often!

alexis @sensationcaviar

searching for a real good homemade butter and i can say I am impressed. Can you tell me how long the butter would last and how many one can make per batch? Would love to give it as a present for my friends this coming Christmas.

thanks :)


Somehow, a jug of buttermilk always seems to be in the house these days and I use it for everything: pancakes, cookies, making quark, marinating chicken . . . I've been wondering if I could make my own and now you've given me the solution. Thank you!

erin @ yummy supper

Stephanie, I'm loving your modern prairie lifestyle! Homemade butter is the best, isn't it? It makes life in the old days look pretty darned appealing.


Wher do I find Aroma B powder???


Meta4: You can cheese making cultures from online stores like this one:

christine @ wannafoodie

I just read this great article on Curd Nerd about the reasons that your feta may "melt" in the brine. Thought I'd share before you start!

A Canadian Foodie

Love the pics of the 4 logs of butter. My buttermilk - which I didn't write about as there was so little - was almost sweet. I could easily drink a small glass with true pleasure. It is nothing like the commercial kind - or, maybe the kind I haven't made yet from Mary's book. Ah! So much to do! I have, however, discovered I prefer the fresh butter to cultured butter. Odd.


Looks great. I tried to do this too but my have failed. How long did it take in the food processor? The recipe suggested 10 min, to warm and become very liquid at 10 min, with no butter forming.

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