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Stainless Steel Butter Slicer

Item #6103158
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Make uniform 1/4" – thick butter pats. Just place slicer over a chilled 4 oz stick of butter or margarine, and press down gently to slice evenly portioned pats.
  • Ideal for individual servings or for portioning butter for pastry dough.
  • Tough, 18/10 stainless steel body and wires are made to last and will never rust
  • Dishwasher safe
  • 8"L × 2-3/4"W
  • Imported

Customer Reviews of Stainless Steel Butter Slicer
Product Rating: 4.7 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 12/19/2014
said: Lynne
"Have had one of these for years. My favorite thing about it is: when you use it to slice a western cube of butter (the shorter, fatter one) each pat is almost exactly 2t! Makes cooking with butter so easy when you only need small amounts, sauteeing, pan sauces, etc. To state the obvious: half a pat is 1 t, a quarter pat is 1/2 t. 3 pats is 2 T. You get the point. I don't know what slices of eastern (longer skinnier sticks) butter would measure, but it should be easy to calculate once you find out how many pats result."
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- 8/23/2012
said: Doug Kremer
"The butter cutter works great for generating pats of butter as advertised and also by running the butter though in different directions it will make little tiny 1/4" cubes of butter for cutting into biscuits or pastry. I have found the true purpose of this device though. It slices slabbed blocks of cheese in an instant into perfectly uniform pieces with no fuss."
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- 9/15/2012
said: Elizabeth
"I have my grandmother's old german slicer that I dearly love. I remember her putting me in charge of slicing the butter before family meals. But I love having a new and similar model for everyday usage in my kitchen and for passing on the butter cutting duties to another generation."
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