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Old 03-24-05, 05:59 PM   #1
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I just had three PBJs

Here's to you Spuds McDoogle. You've taught me to take it slow, and enjoy the finer things, like PBJ.
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Old 03-24-05, 07:33 PM   #2
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Double decker PBJs are quite tasty. Kinda like a Dagwood PBJ. Dang, I'm outta PB !
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Old 03-24-05, 08:14 PM   #3
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Spuds! Spuds! Spuds!

Of course, I just ate a boatload of falafel and hummus..
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try the PBJ's with some honey spread on top or thin slices of banana. then toast it lightly. its carb-o-licious.
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Or smoosh a bunch of potato chips in there. Mmmmm. Salty and sweet. Crunchy and gooey.
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Spuds is the best thing going.

This is a typical Spuds post...

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See those folks in the background? Those are the DF people that some recumbent folks prey on at century rides and tours. Some sassy recumbent youngsters pretend to be sharks and then blast by them on "low race" style recumbents. Afterwards the sassy club brags about "smoking roadies" on the net.
LOL....I never realized Roadies were the DF "Diamond Frame" people. Too Funny.

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Old 03-25-05, 06:19 AM   #7
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Or smoosh a bunch of potato chips in there. Mmmmm. Salty and sweet. Crunchy and gooey.

Shouldn't that be Spud chips?.....
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Make your PB&J on a flour tortilla, roll it up and then nuke it for 30 seconds. Yummy!
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A good hearty wheat bread, with: peanut butter, honey, banana slices and sprinkle grape-nuts inside. Talk about smellin' the roses!
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Old 03-25-05, 09:02 AM   #10
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Mmmm. PBJ. Possibly the world's most perfect food. (A close second would be cold leftover pizza and coffee for breakfast )
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Man why you all ruin good peanut butter with bread & jelly?!?!?

2lb jar of Skippy and spoon... heaven!
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Man why you all ruin good peanut butter with bread & jelly?!?!?

2lb jar of Skippy and spoon... heaven!
Nah, I don't eat that processed peanut butter with all the added sugar and trans fats. I pretty much stick to the kind that you have to stir before using to redistribute the oil.
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Nah, I don't eat that processed peanut butter with all the added sugar and trans fats. I pretty much stick to the kind that you have to stir before using to redistribute the oil.

Hey, whatever works
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Funny to mention the PB&J, I've been eating (what my office mates call) PB&T, PB & Tuna all week. Big sale on Albacore tuna & I love the combo. One guy tried it and realized its not too bad. Not a sandwich you want to make and shove in your jersy pocket for later though... even after just making it the bread can get a bit soggy.
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Old 03-25-05, 10:39 AM   #15
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Funny to mention the PB&J, I've been eating (what my office mates call) PB&T, PB & Tuna all week. Big sale on Albacore tuna & I love the combo. One guy tried it and realized its not too bad. Not a sandwich you want to make and shove in your jersy pocket for later though... even after just making it the bread can get a bit soggy.
That sounds a little... off. But I did have a similar experience with PBP. (PB and pickles) In fact, I'm in the mood for a PBP right now!
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peanut butter and hummous. that's so good. nice and savory, no sweet stuff.
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Nah, I don't eat that processed peanut butter with all the added sugar and trans fats. I pretty much stick to the kind that you have to stir before using to redistribute the oil.

I'm with you. Probably less oil than the processed stuff, actually. No trans-fats at least. I like my PBJ with sour cream and onion chips(on the side). Mmmmm....
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Fluffernutters! YUM.
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HOw about PB and carrots. Just use the PB as a dip. My wife hates it when I dip right into the jar, so usually spoon it onto a plate
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I like peanut butter on pumpernickel. It's also good on rasin bread, but often too sweet. Can't eat jelly, but never liked it much anyway.
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Jif makes a peanut butter with honey already in it. MMMMM. Mixes great with blackberry jelly. Not as good with strawberry but still yummy
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Razzberry. MMmm seeeeedy.

Skippy Creamy!
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Remember the mixed peanut butter from a few years ago? Chocolate mixed with pbutter, <sigh> where did ya go?
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damn! spuds has started a small movement here on BF.

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Very accurate. The only problem is when the linkage bolts loosen the bike wiggles all over the road and crashes. But if you land on a sack of PBJs when you fall there is no road rash. That is one of the reasons why I load my velomobile with PBJs. I can crash into any damn thing out there with PBJ protection and get up to walk home.

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Or smoosh a bunch of potato chips in there. Mmmmm. Salty and sweet. Crunchy and gooey.

The best is to fry some bacon crisp, drain well, crumble and place in a small bowl, add peanut butter to taste and then spread on bread or *******. Delish!

And the above mixture makes best, never-fails-to-catch-'em bait for mouse traps you have ever seen. . .
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