Depending on my mood, either
creamy peanut butter mixed with honey on white bread
creamy peanut butter and sliced sweet pickles on white bread.
This one is going to make a few people look a little [xx(], I’m sure but eh, you did ask for our favourites ….
Really fresh handsliced wholemeal bread, or a big bap. Very thin layer of butter or spread on one side. Very thick layer of crunchy PB on the other. Fairly lavish amount of Branston Pickle over the PB, making sure the PB is studded with nice lumps of the various veg bits. Liberal amounts of fresh thick cucumber slices over that. Sea salt, freshly ground pepper, close up, bite in, enjoy. Or not, as the case may be [:)]
Second favourite is crunchy PB on white, sweet dill pickle spears chopped into rough chunks and any kind of red jam, strawberry being best. Yum !
Mark in Ohio
[:)]PB and strawberry jam on wheat bread, but PB and bacon on wheat is also a favorite….
OMG, you just triggered the biggest flashback. When I was a kid, my parents used to make us grilled cream cheese (Philly brand) and grape jelly on white bread. My mouth is watering right now, but I guess that would be for another thread. Thanks for the memories.
Smuckers creamy with Rasberry preserves on Rye with potato chips jammed in the middle.
You mustbuild the sandwich first, and then add the chips (pref Wise or State Line)
This is also good on whole wheat, multigrain, or sourdough.
To accompany: A HUGEglass of Coca Cola (never Pepsi) with a ton of ice, sunshine, and a picnic table.
Chirping birds and a warm breeze are optional.
I like to toast a Thomas’ English muffin(no substitutions)and put just PB(lots) on it. usually the melted PB winds up on my shirt to the delight of my wife but it’s worth it,most of the time.
Peanut and Pumpkin butter on honey wheat, yes pumpkin butter does exist.
The only PB&J sandwich I like is Skippy Crunchy PB, Strawberry Jelly (not jam, preserves, or spread) on fresh pluffy white bread, washed down with cold milk. Often I like to crush Fritos or BBQ potato chips inside. I’ve been doing this since the third grade and I’m 40 years old now.
This will probably get me excommunicated from the sandwich forum, but…
although I love peanut butter as an ingredient – in cookies, or in a delicious, addictive peanut sauce with vegetable tempura –
I just do not like peanut butter in sandwiches. Let alone
straight from the jar. It tastes good. But it is just. too. sticky.
I’ll take my peanut butter crunchy and "natural" (no added sugars or stretchers) on whatever bread is available. It doesn’t need anything else.
Next time I feel sufficiently idiotic, I’ll have to try peanut butter with livermush. "Now them two would right go together," as my father’s late Cousin Jack would opine.
Almost Hungrily, Ort. Carlton in 30601-land.
I prefer it the same way, like a bad taco, but the PB and other ingredients dont ooze out of all the opening like this.
I like peanut butter and sizzlean (which is now called sizzl-ing). But I am going to have to try a grilled fluffernutter. Sounds great.
Sounds strange but tastes like Indonesian sate on a bagel. Take garlic bagel and toast. Put on layer of chunky peanut butter, top with layer of Sriracha hot sauce (sort of sweet hot), crunchy bacon, then top each half with lettuce!
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