Our favourite recipes from you, our farmers and Rachel Allen:
Kerrygold is as delicious for cooking with as it is for spreading lavishly on crumpets. Together with Rachel Allen and some Kerrygold lovers like you, we've curated these fantastic recipes for you to try. Happy cooking!
Butter should be stored in its original wrapper in a cool, dark place - the fridge is best. As with milk and cream, butter can absorb other flavours so keep it covered and away from strong smelling foods. If properly stored, butter should keep in a fridge for several weeks, or in a freezer for up to three months.