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Product search - butter pot/beurrier

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Last year or the year before, I bought four individual-sized butter pots for my mother for Xmas and now I can't find them again to buy more. I'm looking for round, white, ceramic pots, probably about 2.5 - 3 inches across. I've been to Le Soupier (sp?) across from the Faubourg Ste-Catherine and a new place on de Maisonneuve and Peel (I think) and had no luck. Any advice?

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  1. I bought that exact product at Stokes recently

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    1. re: isa1

      Great, thanks! I will definitely check there.

      1. re: Veruka

        I remember seeing them at Dante. But, 2.5 - 3 inches across, are you sure those are individual portions?

        1. re: rillettes

          Well, I just meant as opposed to a beurrier that was 4-5 inches across, which seems to be more for use as a butter dish, i.e. that's how you normally store your butter. What I'm looking for are the ones my mother would use for a nicer dinner party, and I think she currently puts out one butter pot per two people (since I only gave her four originally).

    2. Deprès-Laporte in Laval has a large selection of little individual serving containers. I would look there.

      1. William Ashley in Toronto has the small Emile Henry beurriers. I was there just before Xmas and saw them... I was looking for a large one, but they were sold out; all they had was the small ones.

        1. might want to look at ares (west island, laval or longueuil) im sure they have what you're looking for

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          1. re: westaust

            The OP was looking for a Xmas gift so she's hopefully found what she was looking for by now. :-)

            1. re: kpzoo

              your're right, didnt looked at the date lol

          2. They seem to be popular at restaurants, maybe some of the resto supply stores on Parc? I haven't been so I can't say for sure that they stock them, but it might be worth a phone call.