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Old 05-17-2011, 05:40 PM
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Thanks Keltin! Yes it is really cool. I think that everyone should make butter at least once. You'd better hurry, there's only a couple of biscuits left. BTW, that buttermilk worked really well for the biscuits.
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BEAUTIFUL Mama!!

What brand mixer did you use? My KA only has a balloon whisk.
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It's a KitchenAid Epicurious 6 qt. and it is a balloon whisk.
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It's a KitchenAid Epicurious 6 qt. and it is a balloon whisk.
For some reason it looks like a double whisk/beater like a hand mixer.
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Well, I don't know what to tell you Peepers except that I wouldn't try making butter with a hand mixer. That would make a HUGE mess.
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A huge mess and a sore arm.
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We used to make butter and buttermilk every week. We started off by letting the milk and cream sit out till it started to sour, then poured the cream into a churn and hand churned it till the butter rose to the top. Skimmed the butter off and pressed it, then refrigerated it. Strained the buttermilk to make sure we had all the butter(that stuff was precious) and used the buttermilk, after refrigeration, for cooking or drinking. Heck, cornbread and buttermilk was a snack food while I was growing up.
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