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Ossumpei
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Re: Favorite Foods

#250849 1 year ago
ZenoMarx wrote:
I make cinnamon/honey toast. Try not to eat it too often, though. I eat a lot of PB&honey sandwiches. I've longtime wondered about starting a gourmet peanut butter sandwich truck. whoops...shouldn't let that out into the universe. almond butter. cashew butter. cocoa peanut butter. salted. unsalted. organic. honey roasted. crushed tortilla chips. bacon (not for me). I cannot be the only adult who loves a hearty PB sandwich for lunch.

should have listed peanut butter sandwich with a side pickle in my original list of favorite foods.


You had me right up until you mentioned the pickle and then I was like yuck.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#250850 1 year ago
Ossumpei wrote:
You had me right up until you mentioned the pickle and then I was like yuck.
Unless you don't like dill pickles, period. I find sweet pickles to be edible abominations. Next time you have a PB&J, take a bite of a dill pickle with a bite of sandwich. It's a great sweet/salt and texture marriage.

*and not one of those cooked, darker green limp noodles of a pickle. I'm talking white meat, crisp, cold-cured dill pickles.
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Ossumpei
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Re: Favorite Foods

#250852 1 year ago
ZenoMarx wrote:
Ossumpei wrote:
You had me right up until you mentioned the pickle and then I was like yuck.
Unless you don't like dill pickles, period. I find sweet pickles to be edible abominations. Next time you have a PB&J, take a bite of a dill pickle with a bite of sandwich. It's a great sweet/salt and texture marriage.

*and not one of those cooked, darker green limp noodles of a pickle. I'm talking white meat, crisp, cold-cured dill pickles.


I will definitely try that. I like the vlassic kosher dill halfs. That sounds like the type you're talking about.

Sorry if I sounded judge mental. I've said part of the food threads I start is to find new things for myself to try.

Thanks for suggesting it.

I've got some raspberry preserves and natural peanut butter that should do ok I guess.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#251178 1 year ago
ZenoMarx wrote:
I make cinnamon/honey toast. Try not to eat it too often, though. I eat a lot of PB&honey sandwiches. I've longtime wondered about starting a gourmet peanut butter sandwich truck. whoops...shouldn't let that out into the universe. almond butter. cashew butter. cocoa peanut butter. salted. unsalted. organic. honey roasted. crushed tortilla chips. bacon (not for me). I cannot be the only adult who loves a hearty PB sandwich for lunch.

should have listed peanut butter sandwich with a side pickle in my original list of favorite foods.


One of those exists.......a gourmet PB&J shop. It was in CO Springs, CO. Stumbled across it last January on a client meeting. Really cool!!!!! Great idea. My step son lives on PB & Cinnamon.
Ossumpei
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Re: Favorite Foods

#251185 1 year ago
Oh, darnit. iI had PBJ for lunch today and forget the pickle.

Well there's always tomorrow I guess.

I will try it, I promise.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261007 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Bump for some BBQ Pulled Pork <3
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261013 10 months, 3 weeks ago
For the record, I did try the PBJ with a pickle.

It wasn't something I would do all the time, but it was not nearly as bad as you might think.

Something you might be making in the near future Tyler...
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261018 10 months, 3 weeks ago
t-bone made some pulled pork when he stayed here for the NYE run, well, his lady did
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261022 10 months, 3 weeks ago
wlewis wrote:
t-bone made some pulled pork when he stayed here for the NYE run, well, his lady did



hahahaha T-bone has some cooking skills let me tell ya ....

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Re: Favorite Foods

#261026 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Love food cooked in a tagine or 7 spiced halibut wrapped in banana leaf then grilled and served with coconut rice.
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