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  • Corn Butter Knife - Set of 2 by ButterOnce - 1
  • Corn Butter Knife - Set of 2 by ButterOnce - 2
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Corn Butter Knife - Set of 2

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  • Riveted colored handle
  • Beveled edges easily slice through stick of butter
  • Stainless steel blade with full tang
  • Great for both sticks of butter or tubs/cartons
  • Made in China
Materials
Stainless steel full tang curved blade and molded plastic handle
Care
Top rack dishwasher safe
Includes
Two butter knives
Dimensions
6.5" x 1.5" each
Weight
0.6 lb

Reviews
4.5 avg. (157 reviews)


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Corn Butter Knife - Set of 2

starting at $13.95

Butter your cob right the first time. This corn butterer conforms to the cob’s contour and distributes it evenly—not a kernel left behind. Its curved stainless steel blade has a beveled edge so you can scoop straight from the tub or slice the stick, then spread in a single motion. Plus, there are two knives so you don’t have to wait your turn.
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Anne McMahon

Buttering corn can’t be graceful? ButterOnce begs to differ.

It’s a butter spreader for corn on the cob that slides, glides, and conforms to the cob’s curve—melting and distributing it evenly—so every kernel gets a turn. The beveled stainless steel edge (on either side) cuts and scoops the butter pre-spreading.

Get buttering right the first time and a perfectly-buttered bite every time. All buttered, but don't want to eat off the cob? The peeler strips those kernels right off.