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“If you have extraordinary bread and extraordinary butter, it’s hard to beat bread and butter”*…


How the thing that makes everything delicious began: “The History of Butter.”

* Jacques Pepin


As we spread it thick, we might spare a thought for Carl Paul Gottfried Linde; he died on this date in 1934. An engineer, inventor, and businessman, he discovered an effective refrigeration cycle and invented the first industrial-scale air separation and gas liquefaction processes that he used to create the first effective refrigeration system.  Linde also founded what is now known as The Linde Group, the world’s largest industrial gases company, and ushered the creation of the supply chain of industrial gases as a profitable line of businesses… so it is him we can thank for the wide-spread availability of butter (among so many other perishables).



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November 16, 2016 at 1:01 am

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