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  • [...] Although you may have done this successfully without a recipe, CLICK here for a printable recipe. http://mymansbelly.com/2010/08/09/make-your-own-butter-on-purpose/ Makes 3/4 cup of [...]

    May 20, 2012
  • Whaaaaa? There was a Trufflepalooza 2010 and I wasn’t invited? I wonder if one could die from eating their own weight in those delicious little gems-that-look-like-turds. Great idea here, and I love butter and radishes!

    August 15, 2010
  • I would like to make some of your Truffle Butter. Where do you get the Truffle Salt? I especially liked the Truffle Butter on the Steak Crostini at the Trufflepalooza. I had a dream about it one night. LOL.

    August 13, 2010
    • Hi Lynne – I use O & Co (Oliviers and Company) truffle salt. The steak crostini were one of my favorites too.

      August 14, 2010
  • How come your cooking accidents result in cool things like butter while man just result in burnt bread?!? So excited to try this out- it looks like such a neat project :)

    August 12, 2010
    • Oh, rest assured…most of my cooking accidents are NOT happy accidents. Like the time(s) I put hot liquids in the blender and forget that putting the lid on it during blending will cause a massive eruption coating my ceiling in whatever was supposed to be my dinner. Or shoving the handle of a wooden spoon into the blender to push down the contents and finding it being ground up with my smoothie (lots of extra fiber in that one).

      Or…overfilling my pies and watching the contents bubble up and burn on the floor of my oven. Of course, there are also the times I forget that my hands are not made of teflon and I try to take cookie sheets out of the oven with my bare hands. That s*#$t hurts!

      Rest assured…I have my fare share of cooking accidents that are not all sunshine and roses. Sometimes they make it on my blog, but they ALWAYS make it on my Twitter account. (@MyMansBelly)

      But the butter is a good thing and you’ll fall in love with it the very first time that you do it! I promise you. :)

      August 12, 2010
  • Why wouldn’t you be friends with your significant other on FB in the first place unless you have something to hide? I’d be ok with discovering his whole harem of whores, but he better not hide that truffle butter.

    August 11, 2010
  • looks like a lot of work. making homemade butter eh?? I’m way too lazy to do that hehhehe. but it sure is rewarding at the end of the hard work eh??

    August 11, 2010
    • Eh…it’s not really that much work. The work that does go into though makes it totally worth it though. You can’t believe how good butter can actually taste. Can’t wait to use it in some baked goods now.

      August 11, 2010
  • Hi!! I confessed I had no idea how to make butter cos I just buy them from the stores :)

    My husband and I use each other’s iphone all the time and I must say whenever I am on his (to play games or to google) sometimes I can’t resist to check his FB page and even his emails. I am just nosey and probably bored. he knows that about me and if fine with it.

    August 11, 2010
    • Ivy – you’ve got to try making your own butter sometime. Especially if you have company coming over. You can serve it with some radishes or with bread. Add some roasted garlic and you’ll have the most amazing garlic butter ever!!!!!

      My husband gets on my computer all the time and is constantly bombarded with guys that are on my ICQ. He knows that I work with almost all of them, but he still thinks it’s funny that only about 1% of my IM’s come from women. What can I say…it’s the computer/internet world…not many women.

      August 11, 2010
  • Yes, I have accidentally made butter before & I think I dumped it. That was back in the day before I knew any better. Erika’s truffle butter was amazing. I am so glad I got to experience it & glad you figured out how to make it. The online thing: some things are better left ignored :)

    August 10, 2010
    • “The online thing: some things are better left ignored” A-MEN sister!

      August 11, 2010
  • I think the possibilities might be endless for homemade truffle butter! Love the idea of truffle bread, and I want to try scrambling eggs in it. I want this in my refrigerator always.

    August 10, 2010
  • Great to see you (albeit briefly) at Trufflepalooza!

    And, that was some DELICIOUS truffle butter. I already can’t wait until next year.

    We have one computer at home… sometimes it’s my FB that’s logged in. Sometimes, it’s his. We have a lot of overlapping friends, so on occassion, I’ve caught myself leaving a comment on a friend’s page (from Mr. RGBistro). Whoops. Can’t say I’ve ever snooped into his inbox or page or personal messages, tho. But is it weird to like knowing that I can, at any moment? :P

    Have a great week!

    [K]

    August 09, 2010
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by pammy b, pammy b. pammy b said: Make Your Own Butter On Purpose & Turn It Into Truffle Butter http://bit.ly/aLWeLI [...]

    August 09, 2010

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