From CBC’s Ontario Today on Friday March 9, 2012 Salted and unsalted. There is not a lot of variety on the butter shelf in your grocery store. But Stirling Creamery™ in Stirling, Ontario, has broken the mold and started making butter with 84% butter fat. That stirred up a conversation about whether you want better […]
Buttering Us Up
Posted in Sympatico.ca Lifestyle Artisans take great care to create food that has it all: exquisite texture, exceptional flavour and the most pleasing visual impact. Three of Canada’s creative best contributed their knowledge to our quiz. Christine Cushing talks olive oil, Executive Chef Bruno Elsier fills in the story on chocolate and relative newcomer Greg […]
Posted in The Toronto Sun on Tuesday, Mar. 6, 2012 by Rita Demontis Not all butters are created equal. One butter you want to spread the word about is the Stirling Creamery™ Artisanal Butter, a Canadian company that has been producing traditional, barrel-churned butter since 1925 by using the freshest local cream and producing only […]
Posted on the blog The Fridge Whisperer on March 19, 2012 by Deb Rankine I’m so excited! I’ve been invited to an introduction to “The Butter Collection” by media maven, Mary luz Mejia, of Sizzling Communications, and hosted by master butter maker, Chet Blair, from Ontario’s own Stirling Creamery™. As if this wasn’t enough foodie fun for […]
Posted on the blog Toronto Tastings on March 20, 2012 by Sarah B. Hood So here’s the deal. Stirling Creamery™, which is an artisanal Ontario dairy that has received international recognition for the quality of its butter, is the first in Canada to launch an 84% butterfat butter, called Stirling European Style Butter Churn84™.
Posted on the blog What’s On My Plate on April 10, 2012 by Tonya Facey A few weeks ago Mary Luz over at Sizzling Communications invited me to attend a butter tasting of Stirling Creamery™ at Lynn Crawford’s restaurant Ruby Watchco. Seeing as butter is my middle name I was definitely going to be in attendance.
Posted on the blog Food Junkie on April 11, 2012 by Stella I fully anticipated overdosing on butter when I RSVP’d to Stirling Creamery™’s “Introduction to The Butter Collection” event held at Ruby Watchco on March 19. But no, nothing could have prepared me for the buttery deliciousness that evening. I mean not only were Stirling Creamery™’s butter served […]
Posted on the blog Eat. Live. Travel. Write. on March 29, 2012 As most readers of this blog will know, butter is a great friend of the eat. live. travel. write. household. We would rather eat less of a better quality product, than relegate ourselves to eating petroleum byproducts. So when I was in Florida at […]
Posted on the blog The Fridge Whisperer on March 20, 2012 by Deb Rankine WHAT A NIGHT! I finally got to put face-to-Twitter-avatar last night; diehard foodies one and all. PLUS the divine Ms. Lynn Crawford was in the house making sure everyone felt like family. And we did. The “Butter Ball” as we foodies fondly referred […]
Posted on www.mairlynsmith.com on November 29, 2012 by Mairlyn Smith Margaret Fraser, a Canadian Foodie Icon and home economist passed away on October 27, 2012 in her 83rd year. She helped change the face of Canadian home cooking and I was lucky enough to meet her in 1999. I was attending a luncheon in her […]