Butter Spreader

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Butter Spreader

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Ah!

Now that's a worthy addition!

But I must know if it's sharp or not.
We have a ceramic butter place, and I just can't stand it when a knife goes TAK CLACK! SMACK after struggling through cold butter... we use things like serrated vics, or other western paring/petty knives.
This butter-spreader, however, has the obvious advantage of blade-face for added spread power.

I suppose I could just as well put my edge on it if it hadn't one already...

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Here is what I use: sharp, thin and flexible...

https://www.macknife.com/collections/pa ... nife-mk-40

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Sweet :)

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I really like my Robert Herder carbon breakfast knife. Thin, flexible, and can get as sharp as anything. I use it almost every morning. Opinal has a brunch knife that looks similar.

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Altadan wrote:
Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:40 am
Ah!

Now that's a worthy addition!

But I must know if it's sharp or not.
We have a ceramic butter place, and I just can't stand it when a knife goes TAK CLACK! SMACK after struggling through cold butter... we use things like serrated vics, or other western paring/petty knives.
This butter-spreader, however, has the obvious advantage of blade-face for added spread power.

I suppose I could just as well put my edge on it if it hadn't one already...
One trick that I like to use, but often forget, is to take the butter out of the fridge first thing in the morning so that come breakfast time it'll be good to go.

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Thats a very gentle and kind way you put it, enjay 🤗
Wife likes it cold, and I'm a believer too now

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