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When all your butter is kneaded, with as much of the flower, as serves to make paste of a fitting consistence, take of the water that the Butter was melted in, so much as to make the rest of the flower into Paste of due consistence; then joyn it to the Paste made with Butter, and work them both very well together, of this make your covers and coffins thin.
The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened Kenelm Digby 1634
Our book club recently read this book: Cover the Butter is a story about relationships and honesty with not only one's self but each other.
Carrie Kabak's Cover the Butter is an extraordinary novel.
Cover The Butter: Summary and book reviews of Cover The Butter by Carrie Kabak. 2005
It might be a spoiler - though also, very possibly not - to reveal that Butter is structured as some kind of parallel to the 2008 Iowa Democratic Caucus that saw Hilary Clinton in competition with Barack Obama.
Kate Hudson Joining Jennifer Garner and Maybe Jim Carrey in Butter | /Film 2010
Butter is actually quite healthy, especially if it comes from grass fed cows.
Butter is I think more than 80% fat, while yogurt is only 5% fat.
The character of Aunt Butter is an ongoing one – I dreamed her up in a writing worksop last fall.
One of the most iconic brands of India, the mere mention of Amul Butter is likely to bring a smile to any conversation where it comes up.
Butter is essentially made of milk fat/solids and water.
Butter is about 80% fat and 20% water, give or take a few percent depending on the brand and whether you are using European-style butter.
ruzuzu commented on the word Butter
January 8, 2011