What About Those Peanut Butter & Jelly's
Do you ever get a craving for something, and can't think about any thing else until you get what you want? Well I do. Sometimes for fried chicken, sometimes for Chinese food and sometimes even chocolate. None of these have been a problem for me yet, but ever since I arrived at ERAU I have had the biggest craving for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Not just any peanut butter and jelly, but a great one, and I'm going to tell you how to make one just the way I like it.
One of the most important parts of any sandwich is the bread. There are all kinds of bread, and, remember, the bread makes the sandwich. You can use any type of bread on any sandwich, but there is always that one, you know the one that mixes so good that you just close your eyes and chew real slow trying to savor every moment.
For example, a turkey sandwich on tomato basil bread. Now that is to die for, but on a peanut butter and jelly you have to get the Texas Toast. Make sure it's fresh, check the date, and give it a little squeeze. Put a little butter on both sides and throw it on the skillet for a bit. Yes, "that's good."
For the peanut butter, there are at least fifteen brands, kinds and flavors on the market. I mean, how could you choose just one? Usually it's easy, whatever is there or whatever mom brings home, right? If I had a choice, it would definitely be Jiffy and the more chunks and nuts the better.
Jelly is a different story. It has to be the perfect kind for the mood your in. Maybe not even...