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A Delicious Way to Serve Butter

Looking for a simple way to delight guests at your Thanksgiving table? Faith Durand from The Kitchn suggests thinly slicing a roll of cultured butter and sprinkling a little smoked salt over the top. Serve on small soapstone trays and pair with crusty rolls for the ultimate Turkey Day bliss. 

The brilliance, however, of this butter service was the stripe of smoked salt sprinkled across the butter. So with each swipe of the knife you got a little sweet, tangy butter, and a bite of crunchy smoked salt. On a dinner roll or piece of crusty bread? Heaven. I could eat this all by itself.

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Vanessa Lyons

Vanessa was an online editorial intern at culture. She grew up in New Hampshire enjoying her mother’s glorious cooking, which ignited a zeal for tasty cuisine. A stint at a specialty food and wine store only elevated this desire, specifically for cheese and any of its fermented accompaniments. When not attempting to bolster her cheese knowledge, she escaped to coastal Maine or locked herself in her bedroom to read Game of Thrones.