• a piece [a pat] of butter
  • ひとかけらのバター
  • butter bread
  • パンにバターを塗る
  • cacao butter
  • ココア脂
  • thickly buttered toast
  • バターをたっぷり塗ったトースト
  • His wide cheekbones and huge double chin did not disfigure him very much, but his belly, dressed in a striped waistcoat, resembled a huge featherbed, and his legs, dressed in similarly coloured stockings, were the size of two large butter kernels.
  • Wikipedia: Daniel Lambert
  • However, the Cabinet approved measures that summer, including increased price supports for butter and turkeys, and raises for federal employees.
  • Wikipedia: John Diefenbaker
  • In Finnish cuisine, false morels may be cooked in an omelette, or gently sautéed in butter in a saucepan, flour and milk added to make a bechamel sauce, or pie filling.
  • Wikipedia: Gyromitra esculenta
  • In June 1962, food prices were raised, particularly on meat and butter (by 25–30%).
  • Wikipedia: Nikita Khrushchev
  • Its production also allowed for a lucrative butter export from the 12th century onward.
  • Wikipedia: Medieval cuisine
  • Leno owned 2 acres (8,100 m2) of land at the back of his house in Clapham Park, and was self-sufficient, producing cabbages, potatoes, poultry, butter and eggs.
  • Wikipedia: Dan Leno
  • Mentioned in this book is the popular South Indian dish Idli and its preparation by soaking Urad dal (black gram) in butter milk, grinding it to a fine paste, and mixing with spices and the clear water of curd.
  • Wikipedia: Western Chalukya literature in Kannada
  • Oxidation is often catalyzed by metals, which is why fats such as butter should never be wrapped in aluminium foil or kept in metal containers.
  • Wikipedia: Antioxidant
  • Peterborough's magnificent seventeenth century Guildhall, built shortly after the restoration of King Charles II, is supported by columns, to provide an open ground floor for the butter and poultry markets which used to be held there.
  • Wikipedia: Peterborough
  • Porcini can also be frozen — either raw or first cooked in butter.
  • Wikipedia: Boletus edulis
  • Roux has become the most popular thickener, made from cooking together a roughly equal proportion (by weight) of flour and fat (traditionally hog lard, although increasingly made with butter since the mid-20th century.) The length of cooking time determines the final flavor and texture, since the longer the roux is cooked before being added to the gumbo, the darker it becomes and the less thickening power it retains.
  • Wikipedia: Gumbo
  • Since 1997, the team's shirts have been sponsored by butter manufacturer Kerrygold, whose headquarters are in the town.
  • Wikipedia: Leek Town F.C.
  • The food supply of the country depended on cereals produced in southern mainland Russia, while the Finns had specialized in milk and butter production.
  • Wikipedia: Finnish Civil War
  • The standard daily ration for a French prisoner of war was 26 ounces (740 g) of bread, half a pound (230 g) of vegetables and 2 ounces (57 g) of butter or 6 ounces (170 g) of cheese.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Domery
  • The syrup can also be heated longer and further processed to create a variety of other maple products, including maple sugar, maple butter or cream, and maple candy or taffy.
  • Wikipedia: Maple syrup