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Butter vs Spreads | Flora UK

Butter vs Spreads | Flora UK


FLORA UK

Which is better, butter or spreads? Here's everything you need to know about the difference between butters and spreads from Flora.

Addressing Climate Change through Slow Food

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Climate change is no new news, but in light of an announcement that the US would withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, I thought it most pertinent to write about how good, clean, and fair food contributes to reducing our footprint on the planet. So, here are a few simple ways that you can make it [...]

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Sunset

by Claire Puzarne @ Ireland's Great Hunger Museum

(Henry) Mark Anthony 1817-86 Sunset (View of the Rock of Cashel from the Village) Oil on canvas 51 x 51 in One of the most original landscape artists of his generation, Anthony acquired a reputation for powerful, daring work, albeit at a time when originality was an all but suspect quality. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts, was the first British artist at Fontainebleau, and employed the broken brushwork, vibrant colors, and bold contrasts of the avant-garde, long before his fellow artists in England. But his skill frustrated critics who desperately wanted him to “finish” his work. The Rock … Continue reading

New places to taste

by butter @ Abernethy Butter Company

Latest news . . . We are delighted to say that Abernethy Butter is now being served in Marcus Wareing’s restaurant The Gilbert Scott, London, The Gibson Hotel, Dublin and most recently Seven Park Place in London

Things we make: Unsalted Butter | Yeo Valley | Supporting British Family Farms

Things we make: Unsalted Butter | Yeo Valley | Supporting British Family Farms


Yeo Valley

The same creamy and delicious butter but with nothing added. This is the one for baking with.

Reality Check: The impact of Britain leaving the EU

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Whichever way you voted in the referendum on June 23, the impact of Britain voting to leave the EU is still reverberating and while it’s still very early days, we understand that some people may be concerned about both the short and long term impact on their finances. The key as always is to [...]

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30 Great Butters

30 Great Butters


SAVEUR

The variety of domestic and foreign butters available today is immense. Here are the ones that impressed us the most.

Budget 2017: How do the chancellor’s measures affect you?

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Several pension changes are being enforced from April 6 this year, thanks to announcements made in George Osborne’s Budget last year: Anyone on the flat-rate state pension will see their weekly payments go up by £3.90. From April 6, the state pension will rise by 2.5 per cent, meaning that those on the new flat-rate [...]

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Seasonal September

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Now is the time to celebrate our waters, it’s late summer, early autumn and now is the time to head to the North Norfolk coast where the freshest oysters nestle in their saltmarshes beds and where there is slight salty tang in the air that wafts on the crisp sea breeze. The perfect place to grab [...]

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The Importance of Women in Urban Agriculture

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Think about your favorite homemade recipe. Perhaps it’s that savory stuffing that your mother recreates without fail every Christmas. Or, it’s the birthday cake that your mother tries to recreate, but which your grandma does best. My personal food memories from my childhood and home are extensive, but they all have one thing in common: [...]

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Arla boss warns of butter shortage

Arla boss warns of butter shortage


BBC News

The boss of dairy chain Arla says the UK may run short of dairy products this Christmas.

Taking a slow break with Chef David Alexander

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Vivian Maeda – Slow Food Scotland – Chef Alliance Coordinator stops by at Glenapp Castle and enjoys a Slow coffee break with Chef David Alexander.
Q: Chef David, tell me, you have worked in this industry for many years, what are the food trends for Scotland?
A: Possibly not trends but Provenance and Seasonality are both [...]

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Invasion of the Butter Vikings: Crowdfunding cultured butter

Invasion of the Butter Vikings: Crowdfunding cultured butter


The Independent

“Tell a French chef,” begins Patrik Johansson, “that the French didn't invent butter, and he won't be very happy. But they didn't! The Vikings showed them how to do it.” Johansson and his partner Maria Håkansson style themselves as the “Butter Vikings”, a small and merry band of butter lovers and makers. Johansson has been churning butter in his native Sweden for eight years, and is known for selling his “virgin” butter to the famous Noma restaurant in Copenhagen. Now he's setting up a dairy on the Isle of Wight.

Wild maraschino cherries

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Since the beginning of my involvement with the slow food movement I have been reconnecting with the edible landscape around me and am consistently being amazed by the sheer abundance of nature. My favourite discovery of this summer has to be the wild cherry, a smaller and tarter relation of the popular cultivated variety. When [...]

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John Husselbee: View from the front row

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

In the first of a new regular series for Professional Adviser magazine, reviewing the hot topics that have been keeping him busy over the past month, John Husselbee from Liontrust, considers issues thrown up by the so-called active/passive 'debate'. To read the full article click here.  

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Try baking these courgette muffins for Macmillan cancer coffee morning

by Alahna Kindred @ The Sun

Courgette Muffins (serves six) YOU NEED: 1 small courgette, trimmed and coarsely grated 10g unsalted butter 50g peas 120g spinach 150ml plain yoghurt 1 medium egg, beaten 20g Parmesan cheese, finely grated 60g Cheddar cheese, grated 190g self-raising flour METHOD: Preheat the oven to 190C/gas 5 and line six holes of a 12-hole muffin tin […]

Rainbow’s End

by Claire Puzarne @ Ireland's Great Hunger Museum

William Crozier 1930–2011 Rainbow’s End 1970 Oil on canvas 71 5/8 x 47 7/8 in Purchase, Gifts of James R. Crozier, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lahey, Dianna and Greg Pategas, Barry and Jaclyn Bestle, Grace Brady, Maureen O. Brady, George Dunn, Doug James and Kay Mollick, George Waldron and various donors, 2016 Born in Glasgow, Crozier grew up in a home as much Irish as Scottish. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art, moving to England and then Paris, where he immersed himself in existentialist philosophy, art and politics—all strands discernible in Rainbow’s End. But if Paris was … Continue reading

Bacon – an experiment in home curing

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

This article is about the greatest love of my life, a sizzling hot, delectable, hunk of muscle. Yes that’s right, Bacon. Honestly, can anything beat a crispy rasher, slowly dripping grease onto a freshly buttered wodge of bread? Bacon is produced by a process of curing and hanging, a traditional process that was once widely [...]

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Be warned: A butter and cream shortage may be looming

Be warned: A butter and cream shortage may be looming


Metro

We could be struggling to get cream for our mince pies by Christmas.

Best of British: Butter

Best of British: Butter


NFU Online

As The Great British Bake Off kicks off this week it’s topical to consider some of those essential baking components such as butter.

Butter price at all-time high as dairy production curdles

Butter price at all-time high as dairy production curdles


the Guardian

Arla boss predicts butter shortage as British farmers say confidence within dairy sector is at all-time low

LOVING HOLIDAY FOOD: THE AUGUST EDIT

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

We can’t believe it’s August already; summer seems to be flying by. Our minds are full of up-and-coming holidays, ice-cream and picnics, fish and chips on the beach and freshly baked cakes served with tea in gorgeous English china cups. Farmers markets and local food growers are bursting with wonderful produce that, quite surprisingly, doesn’t [...]

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Millions of homeowners facing ‘mortgage time bomb’

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

The ever increasing cost of living is eclipsing thousands of people's prospects of retiring completely debt-free, with over 100,000 homeowners aged 65 and over still struggling to pay off their mortgages. The issue is a result of changes to traditional working patterns, as well as the average age of a first-time buyer rising to 35.* [...]

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Anchor butter gets British-focused packaging overhaul

Anchor butter gets British-focused packaging overhaul


TheGrocer.co.uk

Arla is spending £4.5m to publicise the revamp for the once New Zealand-imported brand

Egli and Fasa butter machinery available in the UK

Egli and Fasa butter machinery available in the UK


DairyReporter.com

Machinery from Swiss butter and margarine processing company Egli AG, and its partner packaging company, Lithuania’s Fasa, is now available to UK producers through Dairy Machinery UK.

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Butter Bar Soapery | Handmade Natural Soap | Luxury | Bath Salts | UK

Butter Bar Soapery | Handmade Natural Soap | Luxury | Bath Salts | UK


Butter Bar Soapery | Handmade Natural Soap | Luxury | Bath Salts | UK

Butter Bar Soapery handmakes luxury natural soap bars, therapeutic bath salts, lotion bars and bath & body spa gift boxes in our London studio.

Dale Farm Lakeland Live Cultured Butter Milk at Morrisons

Dale Farm Lakeland Live Cultured Butter Milk at Morrisons


Morrisons

Dale Farm Lakeland Live Cultured Butter Milk

Latest Market Commentary

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Today investors are confronted by a vast multitude of market issues, below is the latest news and commentaries brought to you from some of the fund managers who we work with: Click here to read Liontrust’s latest commentary. Download your copy of Momentum’s Weekly Digest Click here to read the latest market commentary from City Financial’s [...]

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Are we facing a pension time bomb?

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Britain is facing a pension time bomb according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). This means many could have significant shortfall from their pension to sustain an adequate retirement income. Retirement rise schedule The Government has just announced that a planned increase to 68, due to happen between 2044 and 2046, will now take place [...]

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Prince George is already sick of school and begging not to go, reveals dad William

by fallen @ The Sun

PRINCE William has admitted George is already sick of school and does not want to go any more. The doting Duke of Cambridge was back at the gates of Thomas’, in Battersea, seeing the four-year-old to his lessons this morning. But while the youngster was raring to go on his first day, the honeymoon period […]

Wholesale Butter Supplier | Butter Supply UK

Wholesale Butter Supplier | Butter Supply UK


Fresh Direct

We're a fantastic wholesale butter supplier! We supply our UK customers with a wide range of butters including unsalted, salted, organic, lard, margarine and more!

Understanding sustainable investing

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Sustainable investing conjures up images of so-called “green funds” that invest solely in wind power, solar panels and other renewable technologies. The reality is that over the years there have been many misconceptions about what are and what aren’t, ‘sustainable’ funds. In the same way that your investment goals will be unique to you, your [...]

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The history of afternoon tea - a great British tradition

The history of afternoon tea - a great British tradition


Historic UK

Afternoon tea, a very English custom! Read the history behind this most English tradition; china tea cups, scones, jam, clotted…

Man City vs Shakhtar Donetsk live score: Latest updates from Champions League game

by whaughton @ The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY face Shakhtar Donetsk at the Etihad looking to take control of Group F. City were impressive beating Feyenoord in Holland and Pep Guardiola will be looking for a similar result and performance on home soil. This is the first competitive encounter between Manchester City and Shakhtar. No Ukrainian club has ever won an […]

Guernsey butter, no cheese

Guernsey butter, no cheese


Priaulx Library

Guernsey butter, without exaggeration, is superior to all other. From Sarnia, or the Holy Land, a new guide to the privileged island of Guernsey , published in

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter


Unilever UK & Ireland

Since its launch in 1991, "I can't believe it's not Butter" spread has made quite a name for itself.

The Gilbert Scott Restaurant, London

by butter @ Abernethy Butter Company

Latest news . . . We are delighted to say that Abernethy Butter is now being served in Marcus Wareing’s restaurant The Gilbert Scott, London.

Chef Alliance meets Ark of Taste: Alison showcases Colonsay wildflower honey

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

Slow Food Edinburgh and Chef Alliance teamed up at The Edinburgh Food Festival (26th – 30th July) to deliver a series of tastings and demonstrations highlighting Scottish foods listed in the Ark of Taste. We did a cookery demo and crucially also discussed the relevance of the Ark (other than to deal with the [...]

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Brits face shortage of butter and cream this Christmas thanks to low milk supply

Brits face shortage of butter and cream this Christmas thanks to low milk supply


The Sun

BRITS are being warned they face the biggest butter shortage since World War Two. Demand has soared after studies allayed fears it was “bad” and TV’s Great British Bake Off sparked a surge in cake-…

In the wake of Brexit don’t panic, think long term…

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

As you will no doubt now be aware, the UK electorate has voted to leave the European Union. Despite the best efforts of the media to send the world into turmoil, our advice is simple, do not panic. The Bank of England, has responded to ease fears of the potential for economic difficulties confirming that [...]

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Food and Drink: 10 Things That Taste Different in the U.S. | BBC America

Food and Drink: 10 Things That Taste Different in the U.S. | BBC America


BBC America

[caption id="attachment_1192" align="alignnone" width="460"] American "buddur" just doesn't have the dense creaminess of the British variety (seen above). (Photo via BBC Food Blog)[/caption] From...

Ghee Clarified Organic Grass Fed Butter

Ghee Clarified Organic Grass Fed Butter


fushiwellbeinguk

Organic Ghee or clarified butter has been recognised and highly valued by Ayurveda, the ancient medical science of India.

A Budget For Savers And Investors

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

Savings ISA limit From 6th April 2017 the ISA limit will increase to £20,000 Lifetime ISA A new Lifetime ISA will be introduced in April 2017 for the under-40s The allowance will be £4,000 per annum, which will form part of the annual £20,000 total ISA allowance Investors will receive a £1 government top-up [...]

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Leading butter brands in the UK | TGI survey

Leading butter brands in the UK | TGI survey


Statista

This statistic shows a ranking of the leading brands of butter in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2013 to 2016. In 2016, an estimated 8.9 million people used Lurpark in the UK. Ranked second and third were Anchor and Country Life.

Black Butter Records

Black Butter Records


Black Butter Records

Music. Events. Black Butter

Everyday Slow – a Dispatch from Central Italy

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

It’s no accident that the Slow Food movement originated in Italy, where the concepts of good, clean and fair are engrained in the nation’s culinary traditions. However, the country has not been immune to shifting consumer trends, most notably, perhaps, the rise of larger-scale one-stop retailing. This article describes how traditional food practices have been [...]

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BABA Home

BABA Home


Bread and Butter Advice

✓   |   Start your pre-booked advice session by clicking here Launched in January 2013 by a very successful firm of Chartered Financial Planners, Bread and Butter Advice are making it simple for everyone to access good, professional, personal financial advice. Typical questions our clients want answered! Can

Infuse and Enthuse

by CommunicationsSFUK @ Slow Food in the UK

I like to think of myself as a food explorer, think Indiana Jones of the edible world but with no fedora and a lot more carrots. When I’m not busy picking, preserving and purchasing kilner I can be found searching Google for my next edible project.
I am a firm believer that when it comes to [...]

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Why Invest?

by Terri Green @ Bread and Butter Advice

George Critchley, Director at Bread and Butter Advice, discusses investments… My favourite investment book is ‘The Richest Man in Babylon’ by George S Clason, first published in 1928. Yes before even the first Wall Street crash! The book deals with the personal successes of each of us. Success means accomplishments as the result of our own [...]

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England Ashes squad: James Vince handed shock place in side with Ben Stokes also included

by supal @ The Sun

JAMES VINCE has been handed the job of batting at No.3 in this winter’s Ashes series – despite his record as a Test flop. The Hampshire batsman will be named in England’s 16-man squad for the tour of Australia with Essex’s Tom Westley dumped. The squad includes three uncapped players – Somerset seamer Craig Overton, […]

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