French Butter Dishes — The Potters Ltd.

french butterIn case you’re fresh into New 12 months’s food plan resolutions, you might not want to learn this week’s publish because it’s all about le beurre – that is proper, butter. But once we’re making one thing special we splurge on the Beurre d’Isigny. It’s certainly one of France’s most fabled delicacies, a flaky, crescent-shaped and feather-mild indulgence first imported – legend has it – from Vienna, and as pleasurable within the mouth as it’s ruinous for the waistline. But then, I drive from OC to LA to get my favourite butter (Le Marin, which you probably know, but for those who do not – made in Brittany and studded with sea salt from Guerande).

Other French butters which are designated Appellation d’Origine Controlee are Isigny-Ste-Mere from Normandy, $1.fifty nine for 4 ounces at Zabar’s and $three.99 for 8.9 ounces at Grace’s, and Celles-sur-Belle from the Charentes-Poitou area, $four.99 for …