Today’s cows are British and Irish

I had to restock on produce and a few grocery items today so I took a quick trip to the Sprouts Farmer’s market store. While I was grabbing a few bottles of Lifeway Kefir liquid yogurt, I caught a glimpse of something shiny.

I think I found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and if you’ve ever wondered what’s in it, here’s the answer: it’s… butter!

Kerrygold pure Irish butter with cows

Kerrygold pure Irish butter with cows

 I have no idea what Kerrygold pure Irish butter tastes like but the packaging makes it look yummy. And who doesn’t want to eat butter made with milk from grass-fed cows?

For today’s British cows, I’d like to thank Pseu and her recent post on the Milton Keynes concrete cows, or at least small reproductions of them she recently spotted while shopping. To learn more about Milton Keynes, read Pseu’s post and find out how many cows she saw that day. Hint: it’s more than what you see on her photo. Thanks for sharing, Pseu!

Milton Keynes concrete cows - small reproductions

Milton Keynes concrete cows - small reproductions

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