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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6, Page #38
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"Slicer" Dispenses Exact Amounts Of Butter

A new butter slicer measures, cuts, and dispenses stick butter in exact amounts.
  The ButterMate is made from white plastic with a stainless steel slicing blade. It's designed to store a standard 1/4-lb. stick of butter or margarine. It measures off in both tablespoons and teaspoons. A slider on top of the unit is used to measure the butter. To cut off the desired amount of butter or margarine you push down on a hinged arm that carries the slicing blade.
  The unit can measure anywhere from a sliver up to 8 tablespoons at a time.
  Stores easily in any refrigerator door.
  Sells for $9.95 plus S&H. A model accented in stainless steel is also available. It sells for $16.95 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kitchenart, A Division of Robbins Industries, Inc., 4420 Helton Dr., Florence, Alabama 35630 (ph 800 239-8090 or 256 760-8900; fax 8919; Website: www.kitchenart.com).
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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #6