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Old 07-06-07, 12:46 AM
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Food Talk: peanut butter and honey sammich

Not bad at all. Anyone else try this?

Must use toasted bread to make things crunchy.
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no no no....you use very soft bread and let it sit for about 10 minutes or so...the honey soaks into the bread and gets a very soft crunch to it.

I ate these all the time as a kid, and actually rediscovered them in the last year. I eat two or three a week of late. so good!
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Hmmm....gotta try this!
Old 07-06-07, 01:18 AM
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These are great. I just mix the honey and peanut butter until it is "just right," slap it on a couple of slices of bread (not toasted) and sooooo good!
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I tried it once, but it just wasn't for me. I've never been a big honey fan.
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Fluffernutters!! The One Sandwich To Rule Them All!

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get that crap out of here!
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I just found this thead. I just finished eating one of these.
It's my sandwich of choice when I stuck working graveyard shifts. I've had one 3 of the last 4 nights. When I'm stuck with 7 nights in a row, I've had them all 7 nights in a row on many occasions.

Oh, and I agree with brizz....that's the best.
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I tried my first (and only) Fluffernutter a year or two ago.

I love peanut butter, bread, and marshmallow individually, but together, in a sandwich? One of the nastiest fucking things I've ever had.
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i think im going to try the fluffernutter, but DEEP FRY that sucker.
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Yep, I eat PB & H sammiches. I only started eating them about a year or two ago, and I don't remember why I tried it.
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Thank GOD I got here in time! You guys are doing it ALL WRONG!

Peanut butter and honey should be combined, then spread on BOTH slices of squooshy white or wheat bread, and for Jesus' sake DO NOT toast them!

Then in between the PB&H you place two or three lengthwise slices (however many will fit) of fresh banana.

Then, if you're Elvis, you deep fry it.
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I have no opinion regarding peanut butter and honey, but I vote that anyone that uses the word "sammich" who is not five years old should be sterilized.
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Anything called a fluffernutter is not appetizing to me!

Fluffer + Nutter = a substance that is not meant for sandwiches!!!
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I hate peanut butter.
I hate honey.
I hate fluff.

I'll have baloney.
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Tried it? Mom fixed those for my lunches 25 years ago. Where have you people been?

Actually had one the other day.
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Originally Posted by Vibiana
Thank GOD I got here in time! You guys are doing it ALL WRONG!

Peanut butter and honey should be combined, then spread on BOTH slices of squooshy white or wheat bread, and for Jesus' sake DO NOT toast them!

Then in between the PB&H you place two or three lengthwise slices (however many will fit) of fresh banana.

Then, if you're Elvis, you add a few strips of bacon.
Fixed. Really. Disrespecting the King.


FWIW, R.U.B. (a nearby barbecue joint) and Peanut Butter & Co. in the village both sell these REAL Elvis sandwiches - PB, honey, banana & bacon.


Oh yeah: Fluffernutters *rule* Many people (not all) who diss them appear to never have tried one.
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Originally Posted by Tracer Bullet
I have no opinion regarding peanut butter and honey, but I vote that anyone that uses the word "sammich" who is not five years old should be sterilized.
Beat me to it. I cringe even when reading the word. Is this a regional thing?
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I love these. I like to add raisins to it and yes occasionally bacon.
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Originally Posted by Tracer Bullet
I have no opinion regarding peanut butter and honey, but I vote that anyone that uses the word "sammich" who is not five years old should be sterilized.
I vote you get a life
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Originally Posted by Vibiana
Then in between the PB&H you place two or three lengthwise slices (however many will fit) of fresh banana.
I love me some peanut butter and honey.

I love me some peanut butter and banana.

It has never occured to me to combine all three.
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I used to eat fluffernutters all the time as a kid - sort of an alternative after 3 pb&js.

I also had the pb and honey, but very rarely.
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Originally Posted by Tracer Bullet
I have no opinion regarding peanut butter and honey, but I vote that anyone that uses the word "sammich" who is not five years old should be sterilized.
I'd hate to hear what you think should happen to people who use "sammy" instead.

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Originally Posted by MWB
I'd hate to hear what you think should happen to people who use "sammy" instead.

Your husband cheats on you? But then again she is extremely annoying as well.
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Originally Posted by Flashback
But then again she is extremely annoying as well.
Amen. Her fame mystifies me.

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