Thu 18 Feb, 2010 06:13 am
I dont like chunky I like smooth women.
Smooth for hot toast, crunchy for pbj sammiches . . .
Make mine smooth. The kids prefer crunchy. More smooth for me.
Between fat pieces of whole wheat toast:
Crunchy real peanut butter
(no more than two ingredients: Peanuts, Salt)
with smashed bananas and toss in juuuust a few extra whole peanuts to boot.
Mebbe some raisins too.
Serve with cold milk or, in winter, hot, hot tea.
You can serve these as open sandwiches too. Place the toasts with the peanut butter on them under a grill for about a minute, so that the peanut butter has started to melt a little. Spread on the smashed bananas, raisins and a shake or two of cinnamon-sugar. Grill for one minute more.
I invented these, I think I did, did I?, for my kids years ago.
Joe(It tastes vaguely like Indonesian dipping sauce)Nation
Smooth. When I want crunchy I eat a peanut.
Obviously a man of discriminating taste.
smooth for dispensing medicine to the dogs
crunchy for baking and toast and cooking
Smooth for dressing wounds and crunchy for baiting rat traps.
P-nut butter and sesame szechuan noodles are good. Everything else is schleck.
LOL we use smooth peanut butter, too, to get the pooch to take his pill.
It took me years and years to even like peanut butter but now I like extra crunchy - spread on a banana or celery stick. I can't eat it on bread.
Smooth for dressing wounds . . .
I think I'm going to be ill.
It goes so much more deeper then that. I hate to say this but I have discussed this at length with friends.
I love my Peanut butter sandwiches.
I'm a smooth guy myself. But it's Peterpan or bust. Also if it's just a Peanut butter sandwich then you have to put it on both sides. If it is PB&J then it Peanut butter on one side and grape (only grape mind you) jelly on the other side. Sometimes I like to throw a few chips in there for a crunch effect.
i prefer kraft's unsweetened unsalted myself
and raspberry jam or honey
. . . I'm a smooth guy myself. But it's Peterpan or bust. Also if it's just a Peanut
butter sandwich then you have to put it on both sides. If it is PB&J then it
Peanut butter on one side and grape (only grape mind you) jelly on the other
side. Sometimes I like to throw a few chips in there for a crunch effect.
First, spread the PB on both slices.
Then, spread the jelly over the PB on one slice.
This avoids messy and unsightly seep-through.
I expect Region to have a comment to make about this technique.
Crunchy all the way...best when slightly melted on warm toast.