- I remove the foil before cutting into the butter
- I cut through butter and foil and then just peel the foil off afterwards
Love a pat of butter on my toast with a nice hot muffit of tea
Peel foil back, spread butter, replace foil over the butter.
Sun pat fun pat our son pat
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.
A knob of butter
The fuck is a pat
Cat names £8 o.n.o
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
Don’t listen to the pat haters. Paters.
A knob of butter is different to a pat.
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.
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?