I can't believe you ate "I can't believe it's not butter" ;)
Good butter is hard to find in Brasilia. I have to drive across town to buy "Presidente" french unsalted butter. So expensive, too. Sometimes, my life is really hard.
And Norman butter is the best of all!
That should have been in the pre-organic food era?I've never heard of this product in Canada:-) it might be he case that the Canadian government imposes stricter standards on food imports:- )))Anyways,I just now noticed an interesting book on provencial cooking as a giveaway through Julie Mautner’s site: http://theprovencepost.blogspot.nl/2012/11/another-fine-french-book-giveaway.htmlThought you might be interested in this offer.Have a good weekend!
Drooling over here... Not good for the keyboard.
Glad you've repented. That picture of real butter is mouth-wateringly good. And I'll bet you don't have to read the labels to see if the cows were fed on rGHB and other noxious chemicals. :sigh:
I can't believe theyarwe allowed to still make I can't believe it's not butter!! I am obsessed with butter also, love the quality here.Carla x
It's probably because you had a crush on Fabio.....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xszIaNpYILY
There is nothing quite like the real thing... especially butter... xv
VeronicaI know! I was trying to be "healthy." Unbelievable!KateYou're right, it really is hard sometimes! :)
AnnSome from Brittany might disagree...(but I agree with you!)La TorontoiseIt wasn't. And I should have known better than to eat that stuff!Thanks for telling me about the giveaway.
ChantalNo, not good! :)EmmI try to buy from the smaller farms and local producers here in Normandy, so no, I don't worry about that. Luckily.
CarlaSadly I think there will always be a market for low-cal, low-fat, no-fat, fake food in the US.TCHI am afraid to even watch that...he gives me the creeps! lol
VickiSo very, very true...:)
Oh God, I still remember the taste of French butter from, well, decades ago! It cured me of being a picky eater. What a wonderful photo!
AnneI've been giving gifts of Normandy salt butter to friends from Paris and getting them all addicted! :)
And I'm secretly hoping you manage to somehow smuggle me in a demi-kilo next time you're across the pond. :)
ZachSounds like a plan!
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