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Maitre d'Hotel Butter- Easy, French compound butter for sauteing vegetables, finishing steaks or spreading on bread.

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Five Flavored Butters- Maitre d'Hotel, Roasted Garlic and Sun Dried Tomato, Lemon Dijon, Chile Lime and Honey…

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Maitre d'Hotel Butter- Easy, French compound butter for sauteing vegetables, finishing steaks or spreading on bread.

Grilled Porterhouse with Oozing Maitre d' Butter

The Life & Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch: Grilled Porterhouse with Oozing Maitre d' Butter

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Cornbread Dressing with Sausage, Apples and Mushrooms

Seared Porterhouse with Oozing Maitre d' Butter- oh heaven. The high cook times seemed strange to me, but it resulted in two perfectly cooked porterhouses! I have most of the butter left over though- in the freezer for the next steak night. Yum!

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Grilled Porterhouse with Oozing Maitre d' Butter

The Life & Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch: Grilled Porterhouse with Oozing Maitre d' Butter

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Maitre d'Hotel Butter : Recipes : Cooking Channel

Maitre d'Hotel Butter - Laura Calder / French Food at Home | compound butters Horseradish / Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil / Fresh Herb / Lemon Dijon

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Julia Child’s Haricots Verts a la Maitre d’Hotel (Buttered Green Beans with Lemon Juice & Parsley) | My Newlywed Cooking Adventures

Basic Compound Butter

This compound butter, also called maître d’hôtel butter, has melted the hearts of many. As the butter melts, the meat beneath is seductively gilded with mouthwatering flavors. Once you get the hang of it, you can beat almost anything, from curry to caviar, into the butter. Use coin-shaped slices to top meats and fish. - 3 1/2 oz salted butter, 1 T chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley Grated zest of 1 small lemon, Squeeze of lemon juice Salt & freshly ground black pepper

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Maître d'Hôtel butter or Beurre Maître d'Hôtel - a type of compound butter (French: "Beurre composé") of French origin, prepared with butter, parsley, lemon juice, salt and pepper | Wikipedia

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