Finding a butter lamb in the Denver area?
- reubensandperrier Mar 16, 2009 09:03 AM
I'm newish to the Denver/Boulder area and have a problem on my horizon.
I'm going to a friend's family's Easter brunch and want to bring a traditional Polish dessert and a butter lamb, which I used to be able to find no problem in Chicago (lots of Polish immigrants/residents), but every grocery store around here has NO idea what I'm talking about.
Does anyone know of ANY stores in the area that sell them?
And in case you don't know...
You found them so easily in Chicago because that is where the whipped butter "sculpture" was first produced by Danish Maid Butter Company decades ago! If you have no luck finding the butter lamb--email me! firstname.lastname@example.org! I stumbled upon this thread after typing "Easter Butter Lamb" into an internet search out of curiosity. Glad I found it and I hope you find your butter lambs!
I remembered reading this post when I saw butter lambs at Jewel last night and asked the clerk if they shipped nationally. So if your plans fall through you can always call Alberston's (Jewel's SW sister company) and have them special ordered from another branch.