Life Hack: Warming Cold Butter At The Table
If you’ve ever been to brunch, you know that a perfect piece of toast with some butter can go a long way. But it’s a bit of a pain when the butter comes to the table as a piece of ice instead of a spreadable joy.
Here’s a tip to get your butter to the perfect temperature for spreadability. If you ordered a pot of tea or a cup of coffee, simply place the butter directly between the hot surface of your beverage and another piece of china.
In this case, I had a pot of tea so I wedged the butter between the pot and the cup. It only took a few seconds to get it warmed up. If you’ve got coffee, put the butter under your cup for a few seconds and you’ll get the same results.
California Bountiful Sunday Brunch with The Santa Monica Cooking Club
Grilled Asparagus Wrapped in Prosciutto with Asiago Cheese
Over the weekend, a few friends and I got together for a Saturday brunch.
The host was of Indian heritage so he made Breakfast Dosa while I brought over my Avocado Eggs. We both helped out on the Fig and Walnut Pancakes.
Pair everything with a large glass of mimosa and steaming cup of fresh-of-the-plane Guatemalan coffee, and you’ve got yourself a brunch!