At last, Costco has brought back my beloved butter.

 “This is from the best kinds of cows in Italy,” she said, offering me Ferrarini Butter

I had one of the creamiest butters ever, as she predicted. 

That day, she became my honorary nonna.

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Unrolling the lovely, plump log in paper wrap seems like a present.

It's soft enough to use a butter knife to spread on a baguette or dip a radish in just out of the fridge.

After returning home, I did both and found it unsalted.

After freezing, I used them for biscuits, scones, toast, steaks, and spaghetti for months. 

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