Favorite PB Sandwiches

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2004/08/22 09:58:52 (permalink)

Favorite PB Sandwiches

What's your favorite PB combo sandwiche?
Mine would have to be a good honey wheat bread toasted covered in PB, then piled high with bacon, fresh roma tomatos, and spinach.
There's a place near where I live called PB loco they specialize in making PB sandwiches and some of the stuff they have there is crazy.
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    emskyrooney
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 10:56:47 (permalink)
    My fave is white bread, creamy pb, honey, banana, and bacon.... All grilled up...

    That and the grilled fluffernutter my mom used to make are to die for!
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 11:39:07 (permalink)
    I'm not a huge peanut butter fan, but I enjoy creamy pb with honey and sliced bananas on plain ole' white bread!
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:11:50 (permalink)
    Peanut butter and onions.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:30:04 (permalink)
    Peanut butter and onions...with mayo!
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:32:34 (permalink)
    Although I do like PB with bacon and with bananas, my favorite is with home made raspberry jam. Just finished a batch of rbj yesterday and had to try it out with peanut butter on whole wheat bread.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:39:04 (permalink)
    PB on white bread with a healthy dose of Nutella works wonders for me, although it's probably a once-every-other-year treat.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:48:03 (permalink)
    The venerable

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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 12:53:28 (permalink)
    Grilled PB sandwiches (like grilled cheese but with PB). Also works with other nut butters, my favorite is grilled almond butter on sourdough bread.

    Phil B.
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    redtressed
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 13:24:34 (permalink)
    Toasted homemade buttermilk bread, Jif Extra Crunchy Peanut Butter or Skippy Honey Nut, a layer of my strawberry jam or grape jelly and a few slices of bacon, preferably applewood smoked......and a tall glass of cold Ovaltine Chocolate Malted Milk.....yeeeeee hawwwwwwwww
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 16:31:50 (permalink)
    With my current diet which has been ongoing since last September, It has been PB on a stick(My finger)

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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 17:16:26 (permalink)
    Fresh white bread, JIF creamy PB, and either Peach or Blueberry jam.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 18:07:33 (permalink)
    My favotite p/b sandwich is a toasted pumpernickel bagle spread with unsalted butter and freshly made chunky peanut butter. Washed it down with Peet's coffee..excellent.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 21:08:19 (permalink)
    Toasted marble rye with crunchy PB and a good strawberry jam, or sometimes orange marmalade.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/23 22:45:17 (permalink)
    I didn't discover Fluffernutters til I hit 41.. I didn't grow up with it and knew one I knew had ever had it..so I had to try it... WOW! what have I been missing? I don't even like marshmallows!

    Other than that, Jif w/ apricot pineapple, strawberry, or bananas is good... I had a friend who used to have PB and honey everyday...seemed like overkill to me.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/24 10:15:36 (permalink)
    Peanut butter and sliced dill pickles. My sister and I have eaten these since we were children. I can't seem to get my husband and daughter to try them though.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/24 10:45:03 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by emsmom

    Peanut butter and sliced dill pickles. My sister and I have eaten these since we were children. I can't seem to get my husband and daughter to try them though.

    Thats my favorite snack, fast and easy
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/24 13:21:07 (permalink)
    Either strawberry or grape jam. I also like it with sliced dill pickles or bacon.
    I think I will combine the pickles and bacon next time.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/24 13:29:13 (permalink)
    Love PB on a nice toasted bagel so all the peanut butter melts. Everything bagel is my favorite with this.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/31 09:02:12 (permalink)
    In a Sandwich Show on the Food Channel a few days ago, the host said that the Peanut Butter and Grape Jelly Sandwich was "invented" just before WWII, in the"late 30s.

    Well, I was born in '27 and I'd swear I was eating PB & Jelly long before that. My Grandmother used to put up a whole lot of jelly every summer: strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, currant, grape, and others. Maybe we had PB and some jelly other than grape - in fact I'm sure we did , at least sometimes, because to this day I'll put just about any kind of preserve, jam, or jelly on my PB sandwich. Also, the PB we had in the 30s was pretty awful stuff compared to what is available today. Before homogenization we had to vigorously stir the oil off the top of the PB before we could spread it. And the texture was kind of rough , and the flavor very strong. It needed jelly to make it more palatable.

    Does anyone out there have any memories of PB going back to the 20s and 30s , or have any historical information of the invention of the PB and jelly combination?

    Cheers, John
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/31 10:27:57 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Kristi S.

    The venerable




    I drooled all over my keyboard! That gets my vote. My only other choice is PB with cheap grape jelly...not the fancy stuff.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/31 15:47:32 (permalink)
    My husband got hooked on the fluffer nutter sandwiches after watching an episode on the Food Network. It didn't appeal to me. If I eat a pb&j. It has to be grape jelly-some people prefer strawberry-but it has to be grape for me.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/08/31 18:44:34 (permalink)
    Peanut butter (smooth, not cruncy), lettuce and Miracle Whip.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/01 23:35:02 (permalink)
    As a teen, I used to eat crunchy peanut butter, homemade cherry jam, and chocolate syrup on white bread. Those are a little sweet for my taste now, so it's generally peanut butter and crisp bacon on white toast, mostly as a breakfast item.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 00:12:11 (permalink)
    What is a fluffernutter? Am I the only person who doesn't know?
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 03:21:57 (permalink)
    Crunchy Jif with Smucker's strawberry jam between two thick slices of homemade, eggy. milky, white bread.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 12:38:02 (permalink)
    A fluffernutter sandwich is a sandwich on white bread with peanut butter on one side and marshmellow cream on the other. Too sweet for my taste
    quote:
    Originally posted by PCC

    What is a fluffernutter? Am I the only person who doesn't know?
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 12:47:55 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PCC

    What is a fluffernutter? Am I the only person who doesn't know?


    This link will provide you with more Fluff info than you probably ever cared to know!

    http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/htm/welcome.shtml
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 13:05:23 (permalink)
    Wow! I am surprised at all the exotic combinations with PB. I guess I am just an old fashioned guy because my favorite is smooth or crunchy PB and strawberry preserves on cheap white bread. Sometimes I have PB and banana. I have to try it with bacon. Sounds good.
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    RE: Favorite PB Sandwiches 2004/09/02 13:09:53 (permalink)
    I know that this a strange habit, but I prefer to make my peanut butter sandwiches on one slice of bread and then folded over. I usually make me two of them but I like the bread folded over better than a sandwich made with 2 slices of bread and cut in half.
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