|Starts with||Rosa Brockhouse|
|Starts at||Northcotton Bakery|
|Walkthrough & Notes|
'The final thing I need is butter. It is the most important of all ingredients. It will bind the flour for the crust, thicken the jam into the filling, and the eggs into the wash.
'Butter is made by first milking the cows. Once you have enough milk, go to the butter-churn and begin churning. It may take some time, but you'll know it's ready once it begins to thicken.
'The cows are at a farm just east of here. The churn is not far from them.'
Butter is the final ingredient for the pies. With that, the baking can then begin.
The cows are at a farm to the east.
The butter-churn is near the cows on Northcotton Farm.
The next step to making butter is to churn the milk.
Rosa Brockhouse is at the southern part of the Northcotton Farm.
Rosa Brockhouse will want to get the butter so she can finish the pies.