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Video: Churning Artisanal Butter in Maine

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You can almost smell and taste the butter in this video from the Boston Globe. It goes inside the Kate's Homemade Butter "factory"* in Maine, where 3,600-pound-capacity butter churns produce some truly delicious butter. (I know it's delicious because I actually have some in my fridge now.) After seeing the massive quantity of butter in this video I want nothing more than a nice short stack of pancakes slathered with the stuff—along with some Vermont maple syrup to complete the New England theme. [Mondo butterage, after the jump!]

Churning Artisanal Butter in Maine

*Factory in quotes because Kate's is actually homemade—you can see founder Dan Patry assemble the shipments in his driveway.

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