Old-Fashioned Glass Butter Churn

An old-fashioned glass butter churn survives the ages.

| March 2014

  • An old-fashioned glass butter churn, an heirloom passed down.
    Photo by Richard Snodgrass
  • The sharp, masterful photography in "Kitchen Things" brings out the beauty in everyday kitchen artifacts, from a wooden spoon to a cheese grater to a potato masher.
    Cover courtesy Skyhorse Publishing

Kitchen Things (Skyhorse Publishing, 2013), by master photographer and respected novelist Richard Snodgrass, celebrates well-loved objects and recipes and showcases them in an unexpected way — a way that touches upon the science of food, the physics of cooking, the sensory pleasures of eating, and indeed the very nature of life itself. The following excerpt is from page 202, “Glass Butter Churn.”

You can purchase this book from the GRIT store: Kitchen Things.

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