Thursday, November 6, 2008

PhoToStoRY FriDAy...Canned BuTTEr...

This is the SeQuenCe of ProCEdures to CaNNing BuTTer that does NOT need to be ReFriGeraTEd when done processing....CloCk StaRtS -5:00 p.m.-




It is now almost 10:30 p.m. and if I have to ShaKE one MoRe time.... The ReCiPe is so EaSy to FoLLOw (if I can do it). It just takes TIME!!! If you would like this ReciPe...request through a CoMMent ( LOVE those).

ThaNks Mom for all your help with the ReCipE!! At least I can go to bed...Andrew and Curtis are StiLL working on the electrical IssuEs with RemoDeling one of our bathrooms...that is a whole other story!!! ClicK on the BuTTon below to JoiN in on many other stories through the eye of their CaMeRa!!


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21 comments:

Chris said...

I'm not sure I understand...butter that does not need refrigeration? I know, I'm a little slow.
But I'll look at your pictures -- and like them too!

Cecily R said...

Wait, you can can (isn't that a dance?) butter? Like honey butter? Looks like a major process that I'm sure you will be so glad you documented!!

P.S. Sorry about my lame can can joke. I need to go to bed. :)

KC Mom said...

I love this recipe! I canned some yesterday too. Yes, unrefrigerated butter that lasts on a shelf for 3-5 years. What could be yummier?!

stefanie said...

I have never heard of canned butter. Do you have to refrigerate once you have broken the seal?

Great pictures!

Becky said...

Im like Chris Im a little slow on this one.LOL I never heard of canned butter as well.By the way good for you for canning,I hear its a hard job.I guess thats why I never did it.LOL,Good Luck!

Indrani said...

Learned something new, canning butter in cans. :)

Kris said...

I've never heard of canned butter either. What is it good for? Anything calling for butter?

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

okay - I am very curious here . . . what the heck is canned butter?

Deb said...

okay, so you can see you've confused us all!

i love everything about butter, so i am definitely interested.

Lori of I'm no super Mom said...

You can can butter? Very interested in this process!

Mrs. S said...

That's cool! Hmmm....maybe I should do that.

Thanks for following my blog! I think that if we're both Esme's we should get along nicely ;)

Karolynn said...

Good gravy, you are amazing! I want the recipe! That would seriously rock in a time of need. I'll be eating cans of beans and you will be cooking great food with butter! Can you imagine if we would have canned gas? Great post!

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

Wow. That's awesome. I want to learn how to can. I aspire to make my own jellies and applesauce and more. One of these years I will.

Natalie said...

Crazy! I never knew u could do this! I have the same questions as everyone else.
how r u????

sharon said...

Looks like you did a great job on your first batch Mele. Do you have that really satisfied feeling as you look at those little golden jars of sunshine? In times of need we will be so thankful we have this "gold" in our pantries. Love you!!!

DeAnna said...

Does it have to be real butter to can?? This would be so great to add to our food storage. thanks for the post. We will need to know how to do this.

Michelle said...

I have never heard of canning butter!

kim said...

Wow! Canned butter. That is Awesome!. I want the recipe! I guess you'll have to call me since I don't have my own blog. Ye, I know I'm behind the times. Maybe you could make it Sunday. But not between 10 & 2! Love Ya

nikkicrumpet said...

I know I'm no Betty Crocker...but I have never heard of such a thing. It's brilliant though. Especially for food storage! Thanks for the lesson, but since I am a disaster in the kitchen...I know my version would simply poison my family lol

Ornery's Wife said...

Cool post. Looks like lots of folks have never heard of it -- me either! The amount you canned, though, would probably last me about 20 years!
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nikkicrumpet said...

THanks for the nice comments on my daughter....I wish I had kept some of the genes for MYSELF!