Peanut butter and jeally discovery

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  1. trapdoor2

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    Manischewitz, of course...
     
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    I grew up on that, PB and jelly. Usually raspberry jam, as that was my favourite. Sometimes, for decadence, I'd fry an egg (over easy, runny yoke), and add a couple of pieces of fried bacon. That will take the PB and "jeally" over the top!!
     
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    All I remember, before I lost consciousness, is that a voice was demanding, "that on all other nights we eat both chametz and matzah, on this night, we eat only matzah?"
     
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    Try these, too:

    peanut butter + bacon
    peanut butter + sweet onion
    peanut butter + bacon + sweet onion
    peanut butter + sambal Indonesian chili paste
    peanut butter + bananas

    if you're a weirdo, try peanut butter + dill pickles
     
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    Jelly is clear, jam is drier and has bits. Marmalade has actual pieces, and is usually citrus-based.
     
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    Jelly is made from juice and jam includes the solid fruit.
     
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    You buys those in separate shops in Europe ;)
     
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    As a kid my grandparents had a peach tree that had the sweetest peaches i’ve ever had. My mom made the best peach jam. pb and j with homemade peach jam on buttered toast was my after school snack for years.

    My dad on the other hand, his favorite is peanut butter and bananas on raisin bread.
     
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    Oh, c'mon... you guys gobble up Nutella like there's no tomorrow, so you can't claim to be a virgin here! :eek: :) :)

    But I'll confess that I'm amazed that PB&J has resulted in a 7 page thread in its first day with 130 contributions. Perhaps you're the first to find the real common bond, and the tap root, of Tele enthusiasts!
     
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    Oh that's quite logical, then it's jam we don't do that much jelly !
     
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    If you want to take PB&J up a notch, toast the bread first, and apply a little butter to both slices before you slather on the PB&J.


    And since you're from France, try French toast PB&J: make up the sandwiches as usual, and then lightly dredge them in beaten egg and brown both sides in a pan. It's a PB&J Monte Cristo! Mmmm--YUMMY!
     
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    I don't think French toast is French. At least, I've never met a French person who recognized it. (Unlike American cheese :lol: )
     
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    Our pal Shel Silverstein has a poetic homage to the venerated PB&J:

     
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    I did not read all of the posts. I trust that somebody else mentioned that pb&j pairs well with milk? It’s essential. Such a simple pleasure that packs a real good protein punch too.
     
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    Surprisingly no one has mentioned the cross pollination of PB & Nutella.
    I always have a PB&N fold over in my jersey pocket if I’m out cycling for more than an hour.
     
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    My wife is Bulgarian, add chocolate to that list. I lived in Europe for 10 years myself so I get it.
     
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    Grape jelly is by far my favorite for a PB an J sandwich.
     
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