Ever get frustrated with fresh-out-of the-fridge butter that is too hard to spread?
A UK-based company has launched a portable, temperature-controlled butter dish, ButterWizard, which keeps butter at what it says is the optimal spreadable temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
It has a built-in fan and a chip which together control the temperature, adjustable for different textures, be it super-soft bread, crusty toast or delicate biscuits.
Is there an device that will remind me to take the new cube of butter out of the refrigerator when the old one runs low? How about a covered butter dish with a built-in sensor that directly tells the refrigerator when to pop out a new cube? That would be a helpful invention.