Thursday, November 4, 2010

Butter Bell® crock review & giveaway

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Product Description

The original Butter Bell crock keeps butter soft, delicious and spreadable for up to 30 days without refrigeration. Through the study of traditional and historical butter storage methods and hours of product development, L. Tremain, Inc. has created a line of butter crocks that are a tribute to the original French butter crock or "beurrier" (pronounced bur-e-ay). Made from durable dolomite clays, this classic Butter Bell crock will safely keep butter fresh and spreadable without refrigeration, odors or spoilage. The Butter Bell's unique design enhances butter's delicate flavor, while providing a practical and decorative solution for storing and serving butter. It keeps butter at the perfect "spreading" consistency by reflecting outside heat while insulating and cooling the butter. Flavor and freshness is protected by an airtight seal of water at the base of the crock. Water should be changed out every three days and replaced with fresh, cold water. Store the crock away from heat or sunlight. To use, firmly pack softened butter into the bell-shaped lid, pour cold water into the base of the crock and place the lid upside down back into the base of the crock. This classic white Butter Bell features the word "butter" in blue and is a beautiful addition to any kitchen or tabletop. Dishwasher safe.

About the Company
Butter Bell® crocks
have become the most popular brand of butter crocks in the US and we have been in business for over 13 years,
Their website, sells many other kitchen, tabletop and gift items. 

My Review

I have had my Butter Bell® crock for over a week now and I love it. I love the fact that now the butter is easy to spread on bread without having to take the butter out an while in advance and without ripping the slice of bread in the process of buttering it. Now I just have to remember to change the water every 3 days  but I am not complaining because I love my crock. I think I might be buying some to family members for Christmas especially since right now they are currently offering  consumers a chance to buy two Butter Bell crocks and receive a free one. More information about the offer is available on the Butter Bell® website.
The offer is good through November. 15th, 2010.
Check out their site.. They have quite a few things you might like.

The Giveaway
MUST do this FIRST:

1) Become one of my followers and leave a comment - or if you already follow - just leave a comment! +1 entry's

2) Post about this giveaway on your blog and leave a comment as to where it is on your blog. +1 entry's  

3) Tweet about this giveaway: RT @GeekyGirlReview : Enter for your chance to win a Butter Bell® crock

4) "like" my facebook page Geeky Girl Reviews

Ends November  12th 2010. US And Canada

  [Product review & giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."]


  1. i would really love to win this. i hate when my butter rips my bread. lol

    i follow ur blog :)

  2. These look like a great idea
    I'm a GFC follower

  3. I tweeted

  4. I like you on Facebook
    Michele Caldwell Lawrence

  5. I'd love to win this too...I have been looking for a pottery class around here so I could make one...but winning one is way better.
    I like you on facebook! Jennifer Nelson!!
    Oh..and I'm about to tweet!!
    Great blog Chantale
    (nellieswife from MCF!)

  6. Would love one! Already a follower!

  7. Already Like your Facebook page!

  8. Linked on my Blog! Lost in the Gardens

  9. I'd love to win this as I'm always stuck with either destroying my bread or having moldy butter on the couter that I have to throw out. I liked you on facebook too :)

  10. Hi, I follow your blog publicly via Google Friend Connect. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    maddiemb (at) comcast (dot) net

  11. Here's my tweet -
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  12. I "like" your blog on Facebook (FB name: Maddie Brubaker).
    maddiemb (at) comcast (dot) net