Some food is worth being fat for…plain and simple. These are my feelings about butter. I’ll be honest, I try to be careful with carbs (so sad, been brainwashed), but throw caution to wind as it comes to a fresh crispy baguette smeared with some delicious and salty butter. Salty, you ask? That’s right, here’s a fun new indulgence for you.
A French butter called Au Sel De Mer, by Paysan Breton. In other words, a moulded butter blended with coarse sea salt crystals. Of course the French get it right every time and this is a perfect example of a party in your mouth.
Just introduced to me by some amazing friends (thanks J&B) so of course, I have to run right out and buy it. It is not cheap, mind you. I picked our little hunk of deliciousness up from our local divine Italian (but would imagine you could find at a good gourmet store) grocer, DeLaurentis for $8 bucks or so for 250g, but worth every penny. Plus what are freezers for anyway?
We are having our French neighbors, with a gutted kitchen, over for dinner tonight and I wonder how impressed they will be by us?
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