Will It Butter? Taste Test

Will It Butter? Taste Test


– Today we ask the age old question. – Will it butter? – Let’s talk about that. (upbeat theme music) Good mythical summer. – My favorite thing about
going to a restaurant is that I get to color on the placemats while I wait for my food, and sometimes there’s even a maze. – Oh, I bet you’re good at those. – But my second favorite thing
is that certain restaurants have their very own unique butter, signature butters get me
out of bed in the morning. – Right, you got steakhouse restaurants, they often have a garlic butter, seafood places might
have a lemon herb butter, breakfast places sometimes
have a maple infused butter, but all that is pretty obvious. The restaurant business
needs to step it up, because there’s a whole
world of unexplored butters just waiting to be discovered. – And who better to explore
that delicious, creamy world of unknown butters than
these two butterfaces. It’s time for, – [Together] Will It Butter? – Okay, to make butter,
all you really need to do is shake or churn heavy
cream until the solids separate from the
buttermilk, then season it however you like, and bam,
you got yourself some butter. – Mmhmm, and it’s in that seasoning step that we have infused some of
the most unlikely ingredients into butter, so that you do not have to. – We’re gonna begin with fast food, because fancy butter should not be limited to just fancy restaurants,
so we made a Carl’s Jr. run. And if you thought a fast
food burger couldn’t get any unhealthier, you were wrong. We have taken an entire double
western bacon cheeseburger, and made it into butter. This is the double butter western butter bacon butter cheese butter burger butter. – [Link] Mmhmm, it kind
of looks like a Spam log. – And just in case you
forgot what was in all that, that’s two beef patties,
cheese, onion rings, bacon, buns, barbecue sauce,
all pureed and whipped. – And we’ve got two biscuits here just waiting to be buttered. Of course, also from
Carl’s Jr., aka Hardees. Ooh, look at that, slap it on there, yeah, and then one more for,
– You want your own? – I’m gonna take it to the edge, taking it to the edge. – I’m trying to do, like a
normal person’s butter amount. Don’t you feel like that’s
the way to figure out if things will butter? You know, you don’t want to get too nuts. – I actually want,
– You want some more butter? – I want a little bit more
right there on the edge. Now I’m gonna smell it right quick. – Way ahead of you, brother. – I smell the barbecue sauce. – Duh, duh, duh, duh,
duh, duh, duh, duh, dink. – Dink it and sink it. You know what, I’m taking that off, I’m just gonna go with. – Yeah, you know what, that’s a good idea. – Too much bread. – You want to get a pure taste here. – That is a meaty, rich butter. It’s amazing how much the barbecue sauce comes through in a good way. – You might think that you have eaten a predigested bacon cheeseburger. You know, like that summer that I spent with that family of birds. – Yep, and they would go to Carl’s Jr., eat a meal, they wouldn’t let you come, but then they would come back. – Regurgitate it into my mouth, and I was the biggest of the babies. There was a lot of babies around me, but they accepted me. It was a good summer,
my family was not happy that I wasn’t there. But I learned how to eat pureed burgers that birds had digested first. – The thing is if you
didn’t know what was in it, and you just ate it, you’d be like, wow, this is an amazing spread. What’s in it? It’s like, well, you don’t wanna know, but just enjoy it,
because I am enjoying it, especially when I detach
it from the burger that it once was. – I think that the verdict
is easy, will it butter? Yes.
– Yes. There are three kind
of people in the world, people who put butter on their popcorn, people who don’t put
butter on their popcorn, and people who mix candy
into their popcorn. Well, we got a special treat
for the candy popcorn eaters, because we have made Starburst butter. Get ready for butterburst. – It’s so pretty. – Yeah, and let’s. – How did those, – Mmm, smell that, it just smells like, it smells very Starburst-y. – And buttery at the same time. – That’s magical. If we were to heat that
up, we could squirt it onto our movie popcorn. – If we were?
– Yeah. – We did. Put your corn under there. Keep it moving. Keep it,
– Yeah. – [Rhett] Okay, that’s probably enough. – Oh, nice. Wow. – Boy, it’s really coming
through, very Starburst-y. – And the popcorn is already buttered, you didn’t dink it. – [Rhett] Oh, I’m sorry. – Dink it.
– Dink it. Oh man,
– Whoa. – That’s real good. – Liquefied Starburst
all over your popcorn, yes please. – We could sell this. Can we sell this? Do we have to get Starburst’s permission? – Look at that, ooh, it’s,
put that right there. – Oh gosh. Yeah, you didn’t have enough
butter in that situation. I mean, it kind of tastes like you’ve got a candy-coated popcorn, which is a thing, then left it in the
back window of your car on a 90-degree day, you
know what I’m saying? – Yeah, in the best way possible. – [Rhett] Will it butter, yes. – [Link] Yes. – Alright, this next butter
might be my most anticipated Will It item ever. My hopes and dreams have
literally never been higher. I present to you, baked bean butter. – Okay, it looks like a choco-log. – I was hoping for a
little more, gotta say. – Ooh, but smell it, I mean, – Oh man, it’s a whole can of Bush’s baked beans pureed and whipped,
folded into the butter. – Here you go, give it a nice satisfying, – I heard it makes noises
when you cut into it. (fart noises) – You’ve ruined the experience. – I feel like I need a fresh slice, like a slice that, I just
broke the seal there. – And we have some cornbread to go on it. – I’m actually gonna
put it on the cornbread. – There you go. – Oh nice.
– Oh my goodness. – It’s thick.
– Thick and hearty, make you farty? Putting that right there. I’m ready, man. I’m pretty excited about this, too. – Dink it. – And sink it. – It’s really good. I feel like I just gotta
go straight, though. – You just gonna eat it? – Mm, that’s what daddy needed. – It made it even better? – Yeah.
– I mean typically, you don’t just eat butter, like
just grab a log and bite it. – Try it. The beans really take the
edge off of the butter. ‘Cause it’s got real butter, but it just tastes like, I’d dip chips into that,
you know what I’m saying. I’m fine, I’m gonna eat some more. – Oh wow, Rhett. And I’m a lover of a good cornbread, and it’s magical. I mean, it elevates the
cornbread to a heavenly realm that I didn’t know beans could take me. – Oh, I’ve been there
many times with beans. Don’t you know sometimes
when I go away for a bit, and I come back, and I’ve
got the glow about me? – Yeah.
– It’s almost like the glow of a pregnant woman.
– Mmhmm. – That’s the glow of a man
who’s communed with the beans. – Well, bring ’em down from
the mountaintop, buddy, because we’re gonna have
to keep this in the pantry. – Oh, the ten command-beans. – [Together] Baked beans,
will it butter, yes. – There is something so satisfying about warm, liquefied butter. It just sits there in its little saucer, begging you to dip something into it, and soak up its goodness. But, I will say that it’s
a little dull to look at. I’ve always thought that it could use a little color, you know. Which is why this next butter
has been made with crayons. That’s right, crayon butter
with a little crayon shaving over the top, because as you can see. – That is amazing. – The butter log itself
turned into just a brown clay. I’m gonna give you a nice
satisfying slab here, just slab it. – And since you mentioned
liquefied butter, that is the way we’re
going to be trying this. So we melted all that down, and it turns out that when
you melt crayon butter, it’s not brown, it’s green. This is the drawn version,
it’s still got some liquid, some solid crayons in there. – And that’s why in both versions, we’re calling this drawn butter, get it? (Rhett fakes hearty laugh) Break into that lobster, and let’s dip it in some crayon butter, Rhett. – You can really tell it’s an insect when you do that, you know. – That’s a whole thing. – Alright, I’ve got a nice size
piece of lobster tail there. Let’s crayon it up, man. I’m gonna do a little dipping first. – [Link] Oh gosh, that’s a lot of crayon. – The good thing about
this butter is you know that you’ve dipped it. Sometimes you’re like,
did I dip my lobster yet? – Maybe I’ll have to dip it again. – Hey Maybelline, I just named a woman Maybelline. – That’s fine, Chuck Berry did that first. – But, oh, it is a woman’s
name, it isn’t just a makeup. Not just a makeup anymore,
it’s a woman again. – Alright, dink it.
– Dink it. Sink it. There’s a taste in there that’s kind of messing up the experience for me. – Yeah, I think that’s the crayon. – The crayon, yeah. – It’s very waxy. – It’s the best form I’ve
ever eaten crayons in, though. – And because there is
some butter in there, and there is a lobster
in my mouth, as well– – It’s really not bad. – It’s not bad. – I mean it doesn’t taste good, it doesn’t taste as good as butter, but it tastes so much
better than I expected, that I feel like it might butter. – Because of the color. – It colors because of the butter. Crayons, will it butter, yes.
– Yes. – In order to truly explore
the potential of butter, we decided we needed to
go back to the source. And when we got there, we found a cow. And when we got to the
cow, we kept going deeper, beyond the udders. And there we found the place where butter was first conceived, the cow guts. Yes, ladies and gentlemen,
this is udder butter. – Udder-ly disgusting butter. – But it’s made from guts, including lower intestine, colon, stomach, spleen, yum yum yum yum all the way, boiled for safety, then
pureed and whipped, and of course, for good measure, we added some other cow parts on top. – Can you slice it, and
then let’s smell it. I have some toast to put on it. – The old slice and smell. – [Link] We don’t want
to dilute the flavors with anything besides, oh gosh. – [Rhett] It doesn’t really,
oh, it doesn’t really stay together that well. Here, let’s see if I
get a better slice here. Okay, there we go. – I mean it’s like we made cow Spam, – Oh no!
– And butter together. – Oh no, it’s got that
familiar intestine smell. Like it’s just so obvious
that it’s just been a tunnel for poop, you
know what I’m saying. A poop tunnel. Why do we eat so many poop tunnels? – I’m not gonna smell it again. – Let’s spread it on
some bread and eat it. – Because we have to answer
this question, you know. You need to know whether or not you need to be making butter with cow guts. – Might be a good use of it. – If we don’t spread it
on some bread and eat it, you’ll never know. You’ll just live in
ignorance, we can’t have that. – We gotta go to the edge with it, right. I’m giving you a nice corner there, and I’m giving me a nice corner here, and then I’m gonna, cut it apart. Okay Rhett, there’s your half. – You know, a better name
for this would be gutter. – Or maybe it’s great. – I’m sure it’s not. But we can’t just conclude that. – I made that edge right there for you, – Oh thank you.
– That’s where your mouth goes.
– Thank you for pointing out where my mouth goes. – Dink it. – And sink it. (Link retches) (Rhett moans) – It’s bad.
– Oh gosh. (Link retches) (Rhett retches) – I’m crying, I’m chewing. (Rhett retches) Come on, don’t, – My body’s saying no, man. (Rhett screams) – Let’s get it down, though. We’re not gonna fully know how bad it is unless we swallow it. – The edge is taken off
just enough to leave it right on this precipice
of almost letting it, like typically I would just be
spitting it out so fast, but, – In butter form, it’s a little better. – I keep tasting butter, and I want to keep going. – It’s kind of got a bone
marrow-y kind of a vibe. – Good idea.
– Which might help you, not me, but it might help you. – Mm, good idea. Think about that. Okay, I did it. – Oh my goodness.
– I won’t ever do it again. – Oh my goodness. – Like you needed us to
taste that in order to know. But the simple answer is, cow guts, will it butter, no!
– No. – Of course it won’t. – Okay, if you like these butters, don’t go anywhere, because
in Good Mythical More, we are eating butter that was made out of a Butterfinger candy bar in hopes to redeem our palate. – Thank you for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – Hi, my name is Magnus
from the Philippines, and it’s time to spin
the Wheel of Mythicality. – Yeah.
– Alright, click through to watch us
eat Butterfingers butter. – I wish I could teleport there, and to see where the Wheel of
Mythicality is going to land. – I think you said Wheel of Mythicality. – [Link] We have a podcast
called Ear Biscuits, and you can listen to the latest episode wherever you get your podcasts, do it.

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