Good butter is a right and it makes all the difference to artisan bread. Here are two we can vouch for. Standing at each end of the spectrum one is rich, flecked with sea salt and reminiscent of butter of old (memories of farmhouse kitchens where breakfast is heavily-buttered toast, grilled to perfection on the Aga) while the other is pure white, elegant and made in the Italian mountains. Whether you like it salty or sweet - transport yourself somewhere a little more exciting for Monday morning breakfast.
- Ideal to season all warm dishes, such as pasta, risotto, meat fillets, eggs and potatoes.TartufLanghe£6.25Out of Stock
- The finest quality, unsalted butter from Parma in Italy. Creamy and lush.Zabo£3.30Out of Stock