That time I ordered the butter flight. You should too

There are plenty of dishes that are brought to life by copious amounts of good, creamy, salty butter.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 20, 2023
There was a kid in my middle-school class who used to eat straight butter. I remember him pulling gold foil-wrapped squares out of his lunch pail, like the ones you get with a basket of bread in a chain restaurant. He'd eat them as a snack. The...
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