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Fox Run Butter Spreader Stick
|Price:||$6.45 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 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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Top Customer Reviews
This is the perfect purchase though because we salt & pepper our ears of corn and I don't like mixing pepper chunks into my butter that I may be using on something else! So by having this separate in the fridge, it doesn't matter what corn pieces touch the butter because it's designated for corn.
I do have to say that I did see it in my local grocery store for $2.50 so I guess I didn't get such a good deal on mine.
Anyway it's still a great little gadget.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A marvelous device. Works well. I push the butter out with my thumb against the pusher plate. A minor design change that would be welcome: make the pusher plate more comfortable to... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ralph M
It needs a cap on both ends. When you wash it make sure you keep track of all the pieces.Published 11 days ago by JAMES KARAFF
Simple device that does its job perfectly. I've used this for years.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice "gadget" for buttering corn. Butter can be stored in the spreader in the refrigerator between uses.Published 14 days ago by Mrs. Spunkmeister
Poor quality plastic. Top and bottom do not fit well. Disappointed, as we had one from Pampered Chef that was high quality! Got what I paid forPublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works good, we use it every time we have corn on the Cob. If you use real butter you have to microwave it for 5 seconds or so to get the butter to push through.Published 23 days ago by george12p
It works well on hot corn. just the right amount of butter with each pass. the butter shouldn't be too cold or too warm. Too cold and it didn't lay any butter down. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Anonymous