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kernzyp
09-10-2021 at 01:48 PM
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Serious stuff...

This being a mostly American site, I thought would maybe the best place to ask.
How many non US members have ever had a peanut butter AND jam/jello/marmalade sandwich?
I'm curious. I mean, I had to look up "fluffernutter" because of "Everybody loves Raymond".
I mean, wtf????
I'm guilty of having crazy sandwiches (sarnies, we call them), but you guys are off the chart ! :)
But, I bet, if you put a slice of ham and/or chicken in that peanut/jello sarnie, it is a new concept! :)
Obviously, the weird stuff we don't get here are acceptable, pastrani, etc, whatever it's called...
I've had weird sandwiches, so this is not a put down. You'd be shocked, maybe, of my attempts.
I'd like to know how it went.
Cheers !

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  1. Barthax's Avatar

    I was having strawberry jam & peanut butties as a teenager in London. :P

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  2. kernzyp's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Barthax

    I was having strawberry jam & peanut butties as a teenager in London. :P

    No WAY !! Peanut butter or pea nuts??
    Maybe it's a luxury, then? Never thought of that option.
    Bread and jam did it for me! Then marmalade shifted stuff, lol :D
  3. Barthax's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by kernzyp



    No WAY !! Peanut butter or pea nuts??
    Maybe it's a luxury, then? Never thought of that option.
    Bread and jam did it for me! Then marmalade shifted stuff, lol :D

    Definitely peanut butter.

    My other stable diet was microwave pizzas - little 6-inch things that should not be microwaved. LOL Latch-key kid: in from school, microwave tea, out to the BMX track.

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    Updated 09-10-2021 at 02:01 PM by Barthax
  4. kernzyp's Avatar

    As a student? My diet has been so poor of late, but it's improved. But microwaving non micro'v stuff is teenage, lol :)
    A drunk mate of mine, came home, starving, no food, so took a frozen fish out of freezer, and started licking it, thinking it will defrost sooner or later, lmao ! :D
    My stable diet over the years was a fried egg sandwich, then developed into egg and ham sarnie. I used to do a triple decker.
    I'm cooking now. Big pot of stuff. With a rice chaser, ;)

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  5. MyOwnWorstEnemy's Avatar

    I'd like to up the ante on the peanut butter sandwich. This one was rumored to be Elvis Presley's favorite sandwich. I used to like it when I was a kid. My mom was an Elvis fan so I might have been force to eat this but without the bacon - that's just gross. ; )

    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/04/20/elvis-presleys-favorite-sandwich-was-peanut-butter-banana-and-bacon/



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  6. kernzyp's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnWorstEnemy

    I'd like to up the ante on the peanut butter sandwich. This one was rumored to be Elvis Presley's favorite sandwich. I used to like it when I was a kid. My mom was an Elvis fan so I might have been force to eat this but without the bacon - that's just gross. ; )

    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/04/20/elvis-presleys-favorite-sandwich-was-peanut-butter-banana-and-bacon/



    I have to tell you, that is not a crazy sandwich.
    I have a ritualistic Xmas dinner sarnie, including a spread of mashed potatoes and gravy.
    Plus a full English breakfast sarnie, as does McDonalds, :)
    Sandwiches are like pizza and sex. Even when it's bad, it's good. (Joey: Friends)
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  7. wwdkong's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by kernzyp

    But, I bet, if you put a slice of ham and/or chicken in that peanut/jello sarnie, it is a new concept! :)

    wow yes, pbj w/ meat would be an interesting try.

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  8. wwdkong's Avatar

    ooo wait, boo on me, i HAVE had a pbj burger, with bacon no less! and it was fantastic. local place that has arcade cabs & pinballs, actually. i had a regular bun, but it's also available on a glazed donut for a bun. this is someone else's picture from the same place, "the pennant" in topeka, kansas.

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  9. Derek's Avatar

    I was a huge PB and J sandwich kid

    Taht being said I had a friend while in elementary school (late 80s for me) whos mom would make peanut butter and banana sandwiches for us....and they pretty damn good

    Also as a kid in the same time frame BLTs were something my parents would make for dinner regularly, I hated tomatoes as a kid but was forced eat one BLT before I could have....peanut butter and bacon sandwiches lol; they were so goooood :)

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  10. wwdkong's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek

    I was a huge PB and J sandwich kid

    Taht being said I had a friend while in elementary school (late 80s for me) whos mom would make peanut butter and banana sandwiches for us....and they pretty damn good

    Also as a kid in the same time frame BLTs were something my parents would make for dinner regularly, I hated tomatoes as a kid but was forced eat one BLT before I could have....peanut butter and bacon sandwiches lol; they were so goooood :)

    pb & bacon, wow.

    u just reminded me, grilled cheese w/ bacon is one of my absolute favorites.

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  11. kernzyp's Avatar

    Any more "cheese" comments will be BANNED !!
    Sandwiches are awesome. No cheese, you maniacs.
    I had my stew and rice, nice. Now I have desert to come. I have cakes and custard.
    I actually one time broke up chocolate biscuits into custard, and it was great ! :)
    Custard rules.

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  12. kernzyp's Avatar

    So, anyone ever had a "fluffernutter" in the USA or anywhere???

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  13. Derek's Avatar

    cheese is good though

    Europe I thought prides itself on all the fine cheeses they have

    (Good cheeses are here but keep that on the DL)

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  14. Derek's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek

    cheese is good though

    Europe I thought prides itself on all the fine cheeses they have

    (Good cheeses are here but keep that on the DL)

    Marshmellow fluff and peanut butter?? If so then yes.....but they aren't nearly as common as a straight up PB and J sandwich

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  15. wwdkong's Avatar

    ooo marshmallow creme, haven't had that since smores as a kid, great stuff

  16. Derek's Avatar

    Damn it I replied to my self instead of @kernzyp


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  17. kernzyp's Avatar

    I'm going to bed now, 01.23 am, and I will be watching some crap, and eating nuts. Dry roasted peanuts and pistachio.
    ZZZzzz...
    Tomorrow...


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  18. wwdkong's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by kernzyp

    Any more "cheese" comments will be BANNED !!
    Sandwiches are awesome. No cheese, you maniacs.
    I had my stew and rice, nice. Now I have desert to come. I have cakes and custard.
    I actually one time broke up chocolate biscuits into custard, and it was great ! :)
    Custard rules.


    cheese

  19. Rogerpoco's Avatar

    I think most of us do eat peanut butter AND jelly/jam, tbh.


    Jello? Like...the wiggly desert in a cafeteria? On a sandwich?

    No way you can convince me that that is a regular thing anywhere, Man, no way. Ugh...


    I think marmalade mostly only exists here in the deep south, but I could be wrong.


    (Guava jelly, BTW, kicks ass, but you eat it on seafood, like catfish, not sandwiches...)


    Fluffernutters are awesome, an aquirred taste almost for sure, but I've ate them my whole life, like rice and tomatoes(it's good, I promise...).


    Biggest thing lately here, with sammies, seems to be the Philly Steak-every Mom and Pop store here tries to make them, and anytime someone from up North tries one they don't like it, I've heard of people's relatives visiting and bringing a bagful of sandwiches from up North, because they are so much better.


    I can eat ketchup on eggs, and bacon in vanilla ice cream.

    Meat in a peanut butter sandwich is drunken desperation, Bro. Observation, not an accusation, I've done worse, but...

    NOOO.

    Ugh.


    OK-Now-on the food stuffs ya'll gots over there-

    I grew up no more than a mile or two from a solid body of water until my mid-teens-"Lake City"(lol...we had lots of lakes, obviously...), we were decently well off, but my Family was almost substinance-living, hunting/fishing, etc.

    When I moved to "Mountain City"(Yup...we gots mountains...), 300 miles inland, I pretty much gave up eating the fish altogether, didn't really trust it much, some river trout caught here is ok, but...ugh.


    But the fish and chips intriuged me, didn't hear about them as a kid, and I like Long John Silvers pretty good, haha, only "seafood" I will really eat.

    Tried a local place a couple of days ago, "Captain Jim's", they had Fish and Chips-

    It was GREAT! Malt vinegar, all that-I'm already looking forward to going back, getting the exact same order.

    :)


    @MoWE- I tried sooo hard to accept the peanut butter and banana, my Mom loved them, but I just didn't care for it...

    :)

    Weirdest thing I eat...

    (Thinking...).

    Peaches and mayo, mebbe?

    And tho I like steak sauce just fine-like Vince Mc Mahon, I'll have words with anyone complaining about the ketchup on my steak, by God!

    :D




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  20. wwdkong's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerpoco

    And tho I like steak sauce just fine-like Vince Mc Mahon, I'll have words with anyone complaining about the ketchup on my steak, by God!

    :D


    exactly, nobody gets to tell you what to not eat. tho i recommend u TRY 57 sauce (amazing), then chew long enough to enjoy said steak, if u actually like steak i hope.

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