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Butter Slicers

A Butter Slicer is a long rectangle frame, open in the middle, with thin wires running crosswise (as opposed to lengthwise) through it.

It is designed to cut a stick of butter into even pats of butter.

It will be about 8 inches (20 cm) long, and make about 16 to 18 pats of butter. Most are stainless steel and aluminum; Most are dishwasher safe.

To use, start with cold butter -- not softened butter. Place it on top the butter, line it all up, and press it down through the butter.

You can also use it to slice bananas with, or to mark up rolls of cookie dough for cutting.

See also:


Apple Corer; Apple Slicers; Avocado Slicers; Banana Slicers; Bean Slicers; Butter Slicers; Cucumber Slicers; Doughnut Cutters; Egg Slicers; Girolle; Mandoline; Meat Slicer; Melon Baller; Olive Pitter; Onion Slicing Guide; Pineapple Slicers; Rolling Cookie Cutters; Spiral Slicers; Strawberry Huller; Sugar Cutters; Truffle Shavers; V-Slicer

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Oulton, Randal. "Butter Slicers." CooksInfo.com. Published 25 May 2005; revised 15 February 2007. Web. Accessed 04/24/2018. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/butter-slicers>.

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