Buttered Up Butter Dish

BUTTERED-UP

How many toast-inspired objects have you seen out there? The GeekAlerts staff definitely knows a thing or two about getting toasted. For starters, we’ve given you a glimpse of Toasted Notes, a Toast Air Freshener, a Toast Wallet, USB Toast Hand Warmer, Mr. Toast Plush, Toast Playing Cards, and Toast-It Drink Coasters. How come toast is making such a big comeback? Or did it ever go away? Maybe toast is just trying to steal the thunder from its popular breakfast time nemesis, bacon. Here’s yet another toasty item, and it actually has something to do with food. It’s the Buttered Up Butter Dish.

Buttered-Up Bread Shaped Butter Tray

Add a fun and unique dining accessory to your family mealtime or holiday entertaining with this Buttered Up Butter Dish. Place a stick of butter or margarine on this white ceramic plate that’s shaped just like a slice of bread. Great host or hostess gift idea!

  • White Ceramic Bread Slice Shaped Plate
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Measures 4.5W x .75H x 5.5D inches

Though it looks unconventional as a butter dish, the shape is actually very practical for serving butter. Most butter dishes are narrow and have a high edge that makes it tough to cut a slice of butter without making a big racket. But with the Buttered Up dish, you have a wide, flat surface which allows you to serve butter of all shapes and sizes, cut with ease, and still have some room leftover to place the knife. If you’re not serving butter, then you could also use the dish as a fun way to serve a stack of toast.

Butter up your dinning hostess by giving the Buttered Up Butter Dish as a gift. You can find it for $13.99 at Retro Planet or from $13.75 at Amazon.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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