'Temperature controlled butter' to spread smoothly on toast
A new dish that can keep the butter at an optimum temperature for spreading smoothly on the toast has been invented recently.
Zee Media Bureau
London: A new dish that can keep the butter at an optimum temperature for spreading smoothly on the toast has been invented recently.
Boss of Alfille Innovations, David Alfille, came up with the innovative idea after getting frustrated when he could not butter his bread on cold mornings without tearing the slices, as reported by the Daily Express .
He spent two years getting a design company to create the 34.99 pounds dish in Wales and then had it manufactured it in China.
The machine which has 6 by 5 inch plugs that go into the mains has a temperature dial on the bottom which can be set between 59F and 73F. It also has a little plate called a thermo-electric cooler, one side of it gets hot and the other gets cold. It has a feature which can alternately heat and cool the butter.
(With ANI inputs)