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    Quote Originally Posted by jwc64 View Post
    I knew a kid growing up that put mayo on his peanut butter and banana.
    All of your friend's are sick puppy's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post
    All of your friend's are sick puppy's.
    You would know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolsville View Post
    Wow, what a wide assortment of culinary fun (and a little weirdness)

    Gimme:

    Smoked ham, Muenster cheese. green onions, grilled on whole wheat.

    Liverwurst on pumpernickel with red onion and creme cheese.

    A monster Rueben.

    Smoked turkey, swiss cheese, on an onion roll with mayo.

    Italian sausage, grilled onions, provelone on an onion roll.

    Scrambled eggs, pickled peppers, provelone on a kaiser roll.

    Hot roast beef w/ au jus, swiss cheese, grilled onions and peppers, on a sub roll.

    Peanut butter, banana and honey on whole wheat.

    And for the vegans... tomato, muenster, guacamole, alfalfa sprouts and mayo on mulit grain bread toasted.

    Get outta my way, I'm headed for the fridge!
    You got my attention all the way up to that vegan concoction

    Gonna have to try out some of these I haven't had before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwc64 View Post
    I knew a kid growing up that put mayo on his peanut butter and banana.
    Until my late teens I only ate grilled cheese sandwiches coated with sugar. Hmmm, I gotta try that again to see what I gave up
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Until my late teens I only ate grilled cheese sandwiches coated with sugar. Hmmm, I gotta try that again to see what I gave up

    Interesting. Grilled cheese are great and a sugar rush to go with it.

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    The peanut butter concept has been around for a long time, but for what we know as peanut butter today, I would give credit to George Washington Carver. He never patented his version of peanut butter because he believed all foods are from God and we have no right to claim anything about their usage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidturner View Post
    Hello
    The peanut butter concept has been around for a long time, but for what we know as peanut butter today, I would give credit to George Washington Carver. He never patented his version of peanut butter because he believed all foods are from God and we have no right to claim anything about their usage.
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    I watched this show yesterday called Man Vs Food. This guy goes to places where usually large portions are served and pigs out.

    It's been over 20 years since I left Chicago. This show was about food in the city. When he did a segment on Italian beef sandwich I couldn't stop drooling. That's my favorite. Beef so thin you can see through it. Cooked slow with spices and gardenera. Dunked in the beef broth bread and all.
    There I go again.
    But thanks to tips from this forum I have been able to get a close copy here.
    I haven't quite got the broth down yet.

    And ketchup on a hot dog is sick. Dirty Harry once said something like " No it's not the murders, pimps, etc that make me sick. It's someone that puts ketchup on a hot dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacker View Post
    And ketchup on a hot dog is sick. Dirty Harry once said something like " No it's not the murders, pimps, etc that make me sick. It's someone that puts ketchup on a hot dog.
    From the horses mouth; "nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDi4h...eature=related
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    Well I did it




    Girlfriend was in the kitchen making something to eat so I went in to see if it was something that looked good.

    She had a couple pieces of toast with peanut butter and jelly on them. Now she had already put the stuff away and there was an empty peanut butter jar in the garbage.

    SO HERE IS MY CHANCE .........

    So ....... do we have any more peanut butter ?????

    She walked over and grabed a new jar out of the shelf asking ....... now what are you gonna make ????

    Told her that I think I better see what a peanut butter and jelly sanwich tastes like. She walked over and took a new jar of grape jelly out of the kitchen cabinet and said use this instead of the strawberry jam she had used on her toast.

    Ok so I told her I was going to do it on plain white bread and not toast to get the real affect.

    Now I had to ask ..... what are the real rules of making peanut butter and jelly sanwich ????? Do I put peanutbutter on both pieces of bread or just one ????

    She informed me that I have to put it on both pieces of bread and put the grape jelly in the center.


    Hmmmmmmm ......... now that is mighty tasty, might have to try it on toast next time.

    She asked me what I thought of it and I told her that it was pretty good. She told me that I should be taking something like that fishing now and then other then my softshell tuna and pickle sanwiches. She said it would be nice for a change every now and then.

    As I told her ......... ya probably a little more often then every 54 years


    Now I'm setting here wondering ....... is she keeping the strawberry jam to herself ???????? Hmmmmmm

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    A griled pbj is the only way to go.{jam go's on after}.
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    Some won't believe this but peanut butter and mayo is tasty.
    Tracers work both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    From the horses mouth; "nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDi4h...eature=related
    It's amazing what's on this contraption.
    Tracers work both ways.

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