Mothers made butter from milk, they mixed the milk in a butter churn .
She is a perfect mountain woman, shrewd and suspicious, quick to laugh or scowl, handy with a butter churn or a folk remedy.
I nodded slowly, feeling liquids inside my head churn roughly.
Hopefully, if my views help make your mind churn , that adds spice to your life as well.
Mr Langton said: ‘The weather is so bad at the moment that if we try to move the car, it will churn the field up and make a real mess of the pitch.’
Mr Stone said the 38 cm metal disc was originally attached to the largest type of butter churn made by the company, which was built specifically for the large-scale production of butter.
She was raised on a rustic Tyrolian farm where she learned to churn butter, bake bread, and store provisions for winter.
I shall just have to sit and churn butter and weave my own clothing like they did in the old days.
Pour in the liquid and churn until it starts to thicken and freeze.
When I was small I had the job of watching the little circular window on the lid of the churn and had to shout when the glass became clear, an indication that the butter had separated.