Here's what happens when you run this stuff under the broiler (or the toaster oven): The butter melts, and the cinnamon and sugar that are mixed in get bubbly and slightly crispy on top. Delicious. And clearly this would not be a hard thing to make at home. Soften some butter, mix in a load of cinnamon, sugar, and a pinch of salt, and form it into a log.
We're sort of toying with the idea of adding this butter to a savory pasta dish with butternut squash. Or maybe figured into this pie somehow. What do you think?
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(Images: Elizabeth Passarella)