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Unread 04-13-2007, 01:29 PM   #1
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Default Cowboy butter

or at least that's what my dad called it. Real easy to make, you get to control the amount of salt, if you have a bunch of kids, they'll have fun shaking the jar....here's what you need.
1 quart jar and 8 oz heavy whipping cream

Pour the cream into the jar.

Place lid on and start shaking, soon you will have a jar full of whipped cream.

Don't give up....soon it will start to look like this

Very soon, the water will separate from the fat. When that happens, drain off water and place the curds on several paper towels.

Squeeze the butter in the paper towels to get rid of the rest of the water.

Next, get some wax paper and wrap it up.....its ready for your next bisquit of piece of toast.
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Man....I LOVE that stuff. Been making it since I was a little kid. Awesome, rich buttery flavor......
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Didn't know that trick great idea Jay thanks
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I remember as a kid I was helping my mom make whipped cream. I went a bit too long and made butter.
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Now iffin ya wants to speed up the reaction, put a marble in the jar. Just don't shake it hard enough to break the marble. This works best if using a baby food jar as it is not large enough to get the marble going fast enough to break it easily.
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Jay, how do you control the salt? Did you add some along the way?
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Jay, how do you control the salt? Did you add some along the way?
you can add to taste or not....I don't use any.
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i used to do that as a little kid at my grandparents house. the only difference is we didnt have a carton of cream,we poured it straight from the cow! :)
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i used to do that as a little kid at my grandparents house. the only difference is we didnt have a carton of cream,we poured it straight from the cow! :)
Yes sir. Skim the cream from the top of the separator, roll the jar around, and you have butter. Not my family's farm mind you, but we did have cousins. Showing my age again aren't I?
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Yes sir. Skim the cream from the top of the separator, roll the jar around, and you have butter. Not my family's farm mind you, but we did have cousins. Showing my age again aren't I?
Man there was nothing better than fresh butter on g-ma's homemade biscuts!!unless we had some sorgum to add to it,they made that too.
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Yep, sweet butter made from raw top cream. Don't get much better than that.
I will be showing my age too.
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a couple of SANITZED marbles will help the process along.
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Jay, how do you control the salt? Did you add some along the way?
Garlic butter, Brauma!!! I'll take a stick.
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Garlic butter, Brauma!!! I'll take a stick.
Just you wait big boy, just you wait! I'm gonna have a rub come out called Garlic Butter. Workin on it now.
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Just you wait big boy, just you wait! I'm gonna have a rub come out called Garlic Butter. Workin on it now.
Sounds like we need to go into business together....your garlic, my butter...we could rule the world!!!!!!!
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