butter churn

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a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk


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Incidentally, from the latest sale the wonderful example of a Llewellyn butter churn has gone off to its new home and you may be pleased to know it has remained in Wales
Visitors to Kennixton farmhouse have also insisted that the bedbox is an airing cupboard and the butter churn a washing machine.
Included in the about 20 items he displayed were a butter churn, coffee grinder and a fruit press from the 1800s.
The first dishwasher was developed from a butter churn by theMiele electric appliance company.
Those looking for a more unusual and different gift may have been interested in the wooden butter churn and cart wheel, both of which originate from a remote part of Turkey.
3][euro]1/4aeac, or "battle of Butter Churn," started when two guys tweeted out updates, The Daily Beast reported ; they even posted a map of the nonexistent place surrounded by militants.
Nicolas remembers spending hours cranking away at the butter churn as soon as he was big enough to manage it.
During a snowstorm the farm was cut off and, without a tanker to collect milk, Rachel was inspired to make butter and cream with the surplus, resurrecting her grandmother's butter churn and selling locally.
We have recently invested in a traditional butter churn and plan to launch authentic salted Welsh butter, which will be made using Welsh milk and packed in Wales--we couldn't make it any more authentic.
Armfield supplied a disc bowl centrifuge that separates cream from milk, a laboratory pasteuriser, a butter churn, a rising film evaporator for evaporated milk, a miniature-scale ice-cream maker, a reverse osmosis/ultrafihration unit for seaparating whey and proteins from milk, a homogeniser and a vacuum freeze dryer.
Processing of good quality industrial ghee requires facilities such as a separator, pasteurizer, butter churn, a ghee pot and efficient filters [4, 6].
He had a small workbench upon which he would lay his treasures, as he used the bits and pieces to fashion a new axe handle, perhaps, or a butter churn or horse bridle.
I have a Sears two-to-three gallon electric butter churn, cheese press, mold and wax to sell if anyone's interested.
These relics, the "shambling domestic forms", have vanished from the urban landscape just as surely as the buggy and the butter churn.