A pat of butter, in foil

  • I remove the foil before cutting into the butter
  • I cut through butter and foil and then just peel the foil off afterwards

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  • Ah yes, a pat of butter
  • U wot m8

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Pat Buttercher

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Love a pat of butter on my toast with a nice hot muffit of tea

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Peel foil back, spread butter, replace foil over the butter.

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  1. peel foil off butter
  2. place in butter dish
  3. use butter
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Sun pat fun pat our son pat

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I only do this cutting through foil thing if I’ve got a fresh butter that I’m about to do baking or something with and need to cut off a particular sized chunk (absolutely love that it has the measurements marked out on the packaging for this). But normally I just unwrap and decant into the butter dish.

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A knob of butter

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The fuck is a pat

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Knobbed?

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Buttery pat

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Cat names £8 o.n.o

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I like pat of butter, it’s very cute and warming. Nice pat of butter for your tomato soup and crusty bread? Never heard it before :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Don’t listen to the pat haters. Paters.

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A knob of butter is different to a pat.

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There’s no way you can cut through the foil and all unless it’s really cold, which will mean it’s going to be a fucking nightmare to spread on your roll or scone.

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Fridge pats over here

You can if you have a sharp enough knife, a regular butter knife won’t do it.

But like @Scout said, cut through the whole thing if I need a chunk for baking etc, peel back and scrape for regular use.

Although isn’t a pat of butter a little single serving? I’m talking about with a stick of butter.

Sure but that’s a whole 250g block. I’ve done that because there are those markings on the outside for 50g bits

Yes, exactly, cross purposes. Unless @tilty thinks a pat is a quarter kilo block?