Similarly, David Siceloff's recollections of the pure torture of churning butter
day after day drive home the tedium that went with much household work (pp.
One could get the impression that computer science or students learning to and through computer programming had gone the way of churning butter
The annual event will include a chili cook-off, music, games, quilting, washing on a scrub board, churning butter
and a petting zoo.
In Scotland and Ireland, traditional baked goods, such as soda bread and scones, are made with buttermilk, the liquid left over from churning butter
Celebrated chef Julia Child, a leading proponent of cooking with butter, will help the company celebrate on "Land O'Lakes Day" by going right to the source and milking a cow, followed by a lesson in churning butter
SERVANTS will be churning butter
, breadmaking and skinning rabbits as they step back in time to live in a 1910 country house for a TV series.
That's why the hands-on activities are popular - even if they hail from an earlier time, like churning butter
Don't forget - grow mint to compliment your spud, though churning butter
could be a step too far for most of us