Growing up, my family kept butter in the cupboard. I'm not a huge butter person, but I loved when I used the butter, it wouldn't rip my waffle/pancake/roll to shreds when spreading the butter. It went on the food flawlessly.
In the summer, our butter sweated. Sweat beads would form on the butter. This is normal. Don't be concerned.
Rob and I were keeping our butter in the fridge because it was the Wagner way. I decided I wanted my butter the Hammond way so I bought another butter dish and now have my own special butter dish stored Hammond style.
My brother in law commented on it when he saw it - something along the lines of "you Hammond girls!"
So I'm wondering - is it really that abnormal to keep butter in the cupboard? Anyone else keep their butter that way?