- n a small storeroom for storing foods or wines
- n a teashop where students in British universities can purchase light meals
- s unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech
- s resembling or containing or spread with butter
a rich buttery cake
- On a recent blustery night, she and five of her closest girlfriends, dressed in unseasonable short sleeves, downed cocktails and took shots of "buttery nipples," a syrupy blend of .
- How is it that the French can eat a diet rich in cheese and buttery sauces and still suffer less heart disease than Americans? The answer to the famous French paradox, say .
- He uses catchphrases like "pop, pop, pop" to describe the buttery-popcorn taste of some wines; overly sweet Shirazes are "RWC" (red-wine cocktails).
News & Articles
- Paula Deen: Child Of Dixie, Meet The Internet Age
Revelations that celebrity chef Paula Deen admitted to using a racial epithet have inspired some pretty funny punning online. But they've also raised questions whether the controversy will see Deen's buttery empire crumble.
June 20, 2013 - NPR
- Community Connections group comes from San Antonio
At 5:30 a.m. on Monday morning, a group of 117 kids and adults to accompany them embarked on a fourteen and a half hour trip from San Antonio, Texas, to La Junta, Colo. The adults and kids are from University United Methodist Church and Coker United Methodist Church in San Antonio, under the direction of Aaron Buttery, a youth pastor at United Methodist Churches there.
June 19, 2013 - La Junta Tribune-Democrat
- Butter up
KAPAA — The first sale at The Buttery was, oddly enough, not something out of the ovens.
June 17, 2013 - The Garden Island
- Lindsay Lohan in TheCelebrityCafe.com
Our holiday collection is pretty eclectic from gold zippers to leather detailing, to buttery soft cashmere,said Lohan.
- Christina Aguilera in The List
Christina said: "My mom loves to cook really southern, good, buttery, salty, delicious, bad-for-your-arteries kind of food, but it is amazing, and I hope to be a cook like that someday because one thing that I look forward to whenever I do go home...
- Jessie Wallace in RTE.ie
With gym visits three times a week plus jogging near her Essex home and having successfully turned her back on the "buttery toast, cheese and pizza" she used to love, Wallace said she could not imagine going back to how she was.