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Message 1315607 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 16:27:31 UTC - in response to Message 1315577.

Ton français est sublime Chris !
God is American and he loves peanut butter ? ;)
Do you think he could post its recipe here ?

That 2nd line sounds so humorous, both You & Chris type in French better than I ever will.
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Message 1315613 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 16:54:12 UTC - in response to Message 1315599.

Phew! these odd combination of foods have traditional connotations you know :-)))

Must admit never tried that one before!


Never tried PB on Celery! That's the only way I get my kids to eat celery. It's a great snack to leave on the table. It seems to disappear.

Well this is not really a sandwich but it's one of my favorite ways to eat peanut butter. Melt it and pour over popcorn.

Peanut Butter Popcorn Balls!!



That's one I never tried. Hmmmmmm I eat popcorn watching TV and might be worth a try.

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Message 1315616 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 16:58:16 UTC

Peanut butter and French's crispy onions. YUM!



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Message 1315617 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 16:59:57 UTC - in response to Message 1315607.
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Ton français est sublime Chris !
God is American and he loves peanut butter ? ;)
Do you think he could post its recipe here ?

That 2nd line sounds so humorous, both You & Chris type in French better than I ever will.


Well if you were God do you think you would be doing the cooking? :))

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Message 1315623 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 17:13:02 UTC - in response to Message 1315617.

Well if you were God do you think you would be doing the cooking? :))

Yes, Grant, because Saint Peter is certainly not a very good cook ! ;)

That 2nd line sounds so humorous, both You & Chris type in French better than I ever will.

And my English will never be so good as yours, Victor ! ;)
It's necessary that I read again W.Shakespeare or H.Melville with a plate of singed bananas covered with molten peanut butter !

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Message 1315688 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 19:20:40 UTC

Not that fond of peanut butter. Nutella on the other hand...



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Message 1315729 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 20:36:08 UTC

Some are allergic to peanut butter or maybe just the peanuts that it's made from, thankfully I'm not, although I find I like cashews more.


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Message 1315738 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 21:14:02 UTC

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.



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Message 1315764 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 22:12:15 UTC - in response to Message 1315738.

Locally we can get "organic" peanut butter, made with no added oil and no added salt. Tastes like ... well, can't use that word in a family friendly forum.



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Message 1315773 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 22:38:39 UTC - in response to Message 1315738.

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.

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Message 1315793 - Posted: 15 Dec 2012, 23:11:04 UTC - in response to Message 1315773.

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.



That is a good thing. Commercial peanut butter is up to 2% hydrogenated oil stabilizer that prevent the separation.

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Message 1315825 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 0:17:56 UTC - in response to Message 1315793.

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.



That is a good thing. Commercial peanut butter is up to 2% hydrogenated oil stabilizer that prevent the separation.


That would explain it.

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Message 1315827 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 0:23:05 UTC

How about a pastrami on rye?




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Message 1315832 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 0:41:11 UTC - in response to Message 1315827.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.
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Message 1315835 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 0:51:53 UTC - in response to Message 1315773.

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.

Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.

On my first boat, in the mid-1970s, on long runs we carried PB in #6 cans (about the size of a 1-pound jar). One time I caught a messcook about to throw away 4 cans that had started to separate. He thought it was bad. I told him to get a knife and stir it back in. Probably saved his butt (Leading cook was my roommate back in Pearl). As I recall, it took him a loooooooong time to qualify.
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Message 1315837 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 0:56:21 UTC - in response to Message 1315832.
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How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.




I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB cheese and pastrami.

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Message 1315839 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 1:05:05 UTC - in response to Message 1315837.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.
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Message 1315863 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 2:25:01 UTC - in response to Message 1315839.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

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Message 1315864 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 2:37:50 UTC - in response to Message 1315863.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.
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Message 1315887 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 5:35:12 UTC - in response to Message 1315864.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.


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