Butter Churn

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Are you in favor of butter churn?

Yes
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91%
No
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Don't Care
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Total votes: 44
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Melodianme13 » Thu May 15, 2014 1:33 pm

I think the sauces would be great! And so would biscuits and gravy.

Also butterscotch? Maybe Butterbeer? I'm not sure about that one because I don't know how it is made.

Herbed butters would be great.

Grilled-cheese sandwiches?

Buttered toast?

I'm just throwing ideas out there to help bring it along. I could try to do recipes for these if it would help.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Tangential » Thu May 15, 2014 5:12 pm

Melodianme13 wrote:... Maybe Butterbeer? ...


You're just tempting me now! <3 butterbeer
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby guy_fawkes » Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:44 am

Wolfsong wrote:So it's a bucket.


Nah looks more like a small barrel. Plus buckets dont have lids.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby guy_fawkes » Mon Jun 23, 2014 5:25 am

baked potatoes with melted butter and chives & bacon bits, ham and cheese melts (I put butter in mine), buttered popcorn, macaroni & cheese, Im not sure if this is true everywhere but when I make cheesey potatoes wedges I dip them in butter first so that could be a thing, omelettes, butter is also common with most recipies having to do with eggs, Ham and cheese croquetas with mayo, soufflé, custard, Clotted cream rice pudding with berry sauce.
basicly most things in here http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/butter
http://www.tarladalal.com/glossary-butter-233i
http://www.finecooking.com/item/5124/butter
all of those websites and probably more are about recipies that use butter as a big part of them.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Melodianme13 » Mon Jun 23, 2014 5:34 am

Things like chives, bacon and pasta for macaroni and cheese don't exist in the game.

Grilled ham and cheese could work though. Ham is in the game.

But with the omelets... They already exist without butter.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby guy_fawkes » Mon Jun 23, 2014 5:35 am

Melodianme13 wrote:Things like chives, bacon and pasta for macaroni and cheese don't exist in the game.

Grilled ham and cheese could work though. Ham is in the game.

But with the omelets... They already exist without butter.


A butter churn doesnt yet exist in the game either. Doesnt mean it cant in the future. as for the omeletes, well butter can be added as an aditional ingredient if the staff feels like putting it in.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby prometheus » Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:31 pm

Realistically, pastry dough should use butter, but let's say it doesn't.
Still, pastry dough+butter and milk? (possibly cream or whipped cream, depending on if we want to go that far)
Anyway, pastry dough + butter AND milk=[url="http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/cream-puffs-recipe.html"]cream puff[/url].
From my experience IRL it makes a lot, so let's say 1000. Using the mixing bowl and oven, both.
More cream than dough, though, so I'd say 600 milk and 200 butter, 200 pastry dough? Milk is less processed though, so to keep it a luxury item that can be flipped.
It'd make way more sense in cookies, but we can use it to bring cakes in. Alternately, we could retcon cookies and bring in cake by itself, later.
With this, retconning would make the most sense. Pastry dough, cookies, all make way less sense without butter.
Still, there are tons of recipes that could benefit from this. Fudge, toffee, and crackers to name a few.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Rmak » Sat Jan 09, 2016 6:16 pm

I always wondered why it is not there and nonsense like furry ears are
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby SekoETC » Sat Jan 09, 2016 6:31 pm

Because furry ears don't hurt anyone, but changing long-existing recipes to more complicated makes Baby Jesus cry blood.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Rmak » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:08 pm

Just duplicate them all and make the previous ones dairy\gluten\paleo\Atkins free, the news ones with butter.

Wounded ? Rub some butter on it.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Marian » Wed Jan 13, 2016 1:07 am

New luxury recipes with butter then. Like the regular pasta vs the olive oil one. Cows are such a pain to feed, there should be more to do with the milk.
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Re: Butter Churn

Postby Millhouse » Wed Jan 13, 2016 1:28 am

New recipe: Butterbeer.

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