Grass-Fed Grilling Butters (6-Pack)
Finish with a flourish.
There’s a reason grilling with butter tastes so good: slow-cultured, high butterfat butters like these ones enhance the flavors of grilled meats. The butterfat soaks up and blends the flavors of your grilled goods then melts just below mouth temperature, releasing the flavors as you’re enjoying each bite. This set of 6 butters is perfect for searing and finishing off your steaks, ribs and grilled veggies, too. Smoked Salt doubles down on the woody, delicious aromas of a cozy campfire, while Pepper Mash uses orange Fresno chiles to make an American version of an espelette butter (made with warm, colorful Basque chiles). All 6 are made from cultured milk, a slower, more traditional process that lends a tangy, yogurt-y taste to the butter that you won’t find in larger batch butter.
Heads up! We're out of BBQ butter, so we'll be subbing in Steak butter this month.
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Details & Materials -
Slow-cultured, grass-fed butter with compound add-ins:
Sea Salt: Hand-harvested sea salt Roasted Garlic, Basil, & Parsley: Fresh basil, parsley, roasted garlic, sea salt Pepper Mash: Fermented Fresno pepper mash Lemon Chive: Lemon, chives BBQ: Honey, spices Smoked Salt: Cold-smoked hickory sea salt
Each butter is 5 ounces. Includes 6 butters.
Care & Notes
Butters ship express when ready in insulated packages with dry ice for freshness.
Orders ship on Mondays and Tuesdays only to ensure same week delivery.
Keep refrigerated after receiving. Butter will last up to 6 weeks in refrigeration, or up to 12 months frozen.
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