Butter Hub has a modern, compact, and convenient design. A magnet built into the lid provides an easy place to rest the included butter knife during use. Your knife sticks with the dish so you can carry everything in one hand without a knife sliding to the floor. Other butter trays make finding, carrying, and resting your knife a hassle.
They designed feet that extend below the bottom of the lid so that any butter stuck on the lid is kept off the table. Most butter dishes with a cover have flat lids that leave a ring of butter on the table or you have to flip the cover over before you put it down. Using our food-safe, high-quality plastic butter dish solves these everyday problems.
Curved ramps at both ends of the butter dish help you easily scoop up butter. Just slide your knife up the ramp. Use it to scoop up cold butter squares or a soft mess of butter. No more chasing butter squares around the tray. The top of the Butter Hub ramps acts as scrape plates to clean your knife and re-scoop butter from the backside. Rubber feet beneath the tray keep the Butter Hub quietly in place.
Their butter dish with cover and stainless steel knife is food safe, BPA free, dishwasher safe, and the butter dish tray is microwaveable (not the lid with the magnet inside). The lid locks into place so it doesn’t shift around when you carry it; Soft rubber feet hold the butter dish in place during use. Unlike ceramic butter dishes, our plastic butter dish is light, quiet on hard counters, and easy to carry with one hand, knife, and all.
My Opinion: I don’t currently have a butter dish but my mom does and I remember how much of a pain it was to get the knife to sit on top of it as it slid off every time and then I had to wipe the countertop off as butter was all over it. I like this butter dish as it allows me to keep it out with bugs getting into it along with the knife staying securely on top.
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