Reminds me of when I was a kid, I was sad because my older sisters ditched me so my mom decided that we would do something special and make taffy. Hilarious. I’ll remember my Official Jimmy Buffett Some Of Its Magic Shirt, wearing a muu muu and tennis shoes, pulling taffy with me with a cigarette dangling out of her mouth. Have y’all ever heard of an ad blocker? Serious, it seems ridiculous to boycott anything with ads and miss out on great content and such because you dont have a simple browser addon. I haven’t seen an ad in a video for years. Weeeh, people want to make money from the free content I consume that cost them actual time, effort and resources to make. weeeh. Eyegasm. And as for a former pastry cook, I can just imagine myself smelling and tasting every ingredients in the process. Especially the butter (yea I know), I wonder what, for american, good butter is.
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Cyril Guymeleth I am in Wisconsin USA our butter is very good, its the crap they sell in stores that isn’t all that as mass produced anything is never good. Yes and no for mass product, we got (france) some nice butter in super market. Of course can’t be as good as some artisanal butter in the north (nothing can beat artisanal product). As long as butter is from GRASS-FED cows, it will have a gorgeous darker yellow and rich buttery taste. The almost-white butter in grocery stores, from grain-fed cows hardly counts as butter!! Susan Abts Willems you are so right,every year you can tell the qualities are less and less ,special in butter ,from the store no taste ,no aroma and for the baking is awful. I too used to be a pastry chef back in the day. though I did much more savoury than sweet. I can tell you right now i’d be several kilos heavier if that wasn’t the case lol. Cyril Guymeleth if you can find it, Amish butter is good. But be careful; there’s a Official Jimmy Buffett Some Of Its Magic Shirt that calls itself Amish Roll Butter (comes in a log rather than sticks), but it’s plain commercial butter.