With the summer coming to an end and the fall season of baking quickly approaching in my home, I find that along with the baking that I enjoy doing, I like to entertain as well. I also find that when I have guests over, I like to have the tableware that is easy to use and that can go with the spread as well at the table. And like many who enjoy the baking and entertaining, I know that having the soft butter on hand is a must. So when we were sent the Porcelain Butter Keeper Crock from the selection of products that I adore from Sweese, I was excited to begin using it and also add it to my list of must haves for the table and kitchen when it comes to ensuring we always have soft butter on hand!
For me personally, I have never used a butter bell in the home, so I was very pleased to find the directions on how to use one on the Amazon product page as shown in the photo above. I also like that when it comes to the care of my butter bell, that I can wash it in the dishwasher if needed, and I can appreciate that it is made from pro-grade porcelain that is durable and made to last.
After finding out how to use and care for the butter bell properly, I was excited to begin using it in my kitchen. I mean, it is perfect for being able to have the perfectly soft spreadable butter for both everyday kitchen use as well as when we have guests over. I also like that with the design, that it fits right into my kitchen and allows me to have a piece that others notice and ask about.
Then when it comes to the amount of butter that I can keep in this crock, I like that it holds just the right amount for that everyday use in my home. I also like that we can access the butter without the issue of it drying out or attracting any pests. Which for me makes the Porcelain Butter Keeper Crock from the selection of Sweese products, a great addition for any kitchen and also a great product to have on hand this fall baking season!
Product received, thank you to Sweese as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.
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