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Peanut butter and jam between two slices of bread

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It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

  • Dec 23, 2008
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Let me tell you, I love the ol' PB&J sandwiches. Just the other day, I was with my boyfriend at his friend's house and we were all playing video games. A few hours later we were hungry and decided to scavenge for edibles in the kitchen. His friend Clark (Name change) gave us the choice of pizza, raviolis, or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Before my boyfriend could decide I shouted "PB&J PLEASE!" and we all made our delicious sandwiches with string cheese and chocolate milk. It was honestly one of the best dinners I had in a while.

I'm sure it's because I have an addiction with peanut butter. I could eat peanut butter on ANYTHING! Okay, maybe not anything. Also, back in the day when my grandmother was still around, she would always make me and my sister PB&Js and cut the sandwiches by corner to corner. So as simple and quick PB&Js are, they are still definitely delicious.

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July 26, 2009
So I might be the only person in the world didn't grow up eating PB&J sandwiches. Occasionally, I would have PB sandwich (without the J), but never with consistency. I'm thinking I have to catch up now for lost PB&J time. :) You might be interested in @dcgrrl's review of Costco, you could probably get vats of PB for uber cheap!
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The peanut butter and jelly sandwich, (PB&J), also known as a peanut butter and jam sandwich in the United States, UK, Canada and Australia, is a sandwich that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jelly or jam on bread, commonly between two slices. Invented by a Theodore Saltos, the "PB&J" soon became famous all around the world.
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