Thursday, September 3, 2009

Stop obsessing


That is what I tell myself about this Delita butter I recently uncovered at the market. It is not inexpensive but it is salty and piquant and constitutes my latest bad habit. Consequently, not unlike Starbucks, they could charge twenty dollars for it and I would still have to pay it: It is addiction.

8 comments:

Lettered Cottage said...

Blogged about you today! :-)
Mmmmm....butter......


Layla

Dianne said...

Hi, just came over from Laylas's. Nice to meet you! Where does one find this heavenly butter?

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

So is it butter? Or butter with cheese? AND WHERE EXACTLY, PREY TELL, DID YOU FIND THIS DELICACY??

Liberty London Girl said...

Good butter is so vital. I have been known to smuggle it in my suitcase from London. I know fashion editors aren't supposed to admit to loving butter, but I say F**K it! I'd rather be happy than deprived. LLGxx

Things That Inspire said...

I love butter too - I eat a relatively healthy diet, but I do use butter when cooking. There is no substitute! Everything in moderation, right?

I had not thought about the fact that there might be differences in butters, though!

gigiofca said...

I am interested in this butter as well. I flipped for a butter I once had on vacation. I would love to find decadent one I can purchase.

Great blog!

tintin said...

Everyone wonders why croissants taste better in France. It's because they're made with butter from France. Land o lakes just doesn't cut it.

Lauren said...

mmmmmmm might have to try to find this!!