Bone Marrow Butter

bone marrow butter

Bone Marrow Butter is a little exotic, a little decadent, and whole lot of delicious yumminess packing an out-of-this-world nutritional punch.

I’d never imagined it, let alone tasted it, until a couple of weeks ago when I was attending Monica Corrado’s Teacher Training at Sunrise Ranch, CO. Sous Chef Ace Linne-Speidel brought it out at dinner our first evening there, all while extolling the virtues of roasted marrow from grass-fed cows and appreciating the depth and quality of grass-fed butter.

As the week progressed, he whipped his Bone Marrow Butter into mashed sweet potatoes at lunch, spread it over grass-fed steaks with breakfast, and brought it to the table for students to use with abandon on slices of homemade sourdough.

I couldn’t get enough of it. Needless to say, as soon as I got home I whipped up a batch of Bone Marrow Butter.


Bone Marrow Butter: A Guest Post at Mommypotamus

Today, I shared my recipe for Bone Marrow Butter over at Mommypotamus.

If you want to delight your tastebuds and wow your family with how delicious nutrient-dense food can be, go check out my Bone Marrow Butter recipe at Mommypotamus.

(And thank you, Heather, for hosting a guest post from me!)


(Photo Credit: Suzanne Perazzini)

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Comments

  1. Kelly says

    Such an excellent way to incorporate even more of this nutrient rich food into our daily meal. Thank you.

  2. Carri says

    As a child and even now, I always would suck the marrow out of any bones in the meat we ate. I am the only one in my family who will do this! And as I recall as a child, my parents saying it was good for you. This recipe sounds yummy! Unfortunately I have a dairy allergy. Is there a way I can make this without using butter? How about Coconut oil? or other healthy fats? Thanks~

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