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Fox Run Butter Spreader Stick
This unique Butter Spreader and Storage container makes quick and easy work of buttering your ear of corn. Holds an 1/8 of a stick of butter. Just fill with butter, press on plunger and rub over fresh, cooked corn cob. Saved unused butter in spreader with built-in cover.
Butter spreader / storage with lid
Fill with 1/8 stick of butter
Gently rub over fresh cooked ear of corn
No more struggling with trying to butter with a knife
Great gift idea
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39 of 47 found the following review helpful:
VERY popular in prisons!Jan 24, 2013
I use my corn butter spreader these days for buttering all sorts of cylindrical foods. It works well on the following:
Corn - pretty self-explanatory.
Baguettes - works well to butter a baguette, but not so much on a full loaf of french bread. If you're into skinny shaped carbs, you're in luck.
Cucumbers/Zucchini/Yellow squash - again...cylinders...butter gets all up on those veggies.
Bananas - of course, you have to use it AFTER you peel the banana, but before you slice it with your Hutzler Banana Slicer. The only drawback is that butter and bananas aren't really a great culinary matchup.
Weiners - this is why it's popular in prison. It gets lonely behind bars and sometimes the only thing you have to get you through those difficult alone times is a pat of butter, an old picture of Lindsey Lohan that your cousin sent you last year (even the pictures of her looking like a crackhead are desirable in the slammer), and a Fox run Butter Spreader Stick. It also works for spreading jelly or other condiments/lubricants. These things sell like cigarettes in prison for a good reason...they work.
Does not work well with:
Watermelons - the watermelon is just too damn big.
Popcorn - I found that I had to spend what seemed like an eternity just to get each piece of popcorn buttered to my satisfaction. I'm a bit OCD when it comes to the proper ratio of butter to popcorn kernel...don't get me started on salt.
Tortillas - they're just so damn...flat.
All in all, this is versatile enough for four stars...it does have it's limitations so I docked it two stars but gave it another because it works so well on weiners.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
greatest butter spreader of all time. Greatest spreader of butter of all time. greatest butter spreader since Moses.Jan 02, 2013
By William P. Caloia Sr.
Greatest spreader of butter of all time. greatest butter spreader since Moses. Best butter spreader since Brandoin Last Tango in Paris
10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Used one of these for over 25 yearsJul 24, 2009
By T. Alexander
I've had one of these contoured-bottom corn spreaders for over twenty-five years and have used it annually from the first FL corn and throughout the corn season. It is the most efficient way to serve the amount of butter that each individual wants. I'm ordering one for my daughter who now has her own home but asks to borrow the butter spreader whenever she serves corn on the cob. I cannot imagine corn on the cob without this spreader.
12 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Butter Spreader for Corn ONLY!Nov 06, 2008
By C. Wang
The product description is a bit misleading. It says its usable for toast and pancakes and the like. The curved contour definitely allows you to spread butter on corn but it also makes it more difficult to spread butter on flatter surfaces like waffles and toast. That's what I wanted the spreader for. It is also pretty difficult to push out the refrigerated butter. It might be easier with room temperature butter but I haven't tried that yet.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
butter spreaderSep 22, 2007
By Steven R. Bascom
I enjoy eating sweet corn on the cob. However, to be enjoyed fully it must be completely buttered. This product does this without wasting the butter.
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