The peanut butter and jelly sandwich has been a staple for children's meals for decades. The methods and type of sandwich vary by eater, so I'm sure there are many out there who will disagree with my methods, instead offering up their own far superior sandwich-making skills. However, this method has worked best for me.
1. In order to make a successful sandwich, you first have to have all of the necessary tools. Getting out everything before you begin makes the process much easier and allows for a quick assembly line procedure, rather than doing one thing and then having to search for your next step. For this recipe, you will need peanut butter, bread, jelly (any flavor will do), honey and a knife.
2. The next step is to open your peanut butter can and jelly jar. Dip your knife into the peanut butter jar and get a good dollop of peanut butter. Apply it evenly to one side of one piece of bread. Then do the same for the jelly.
3. Next up is my favorite part. Drizzle a little bit of honey (or a lot - depending on your preference), on the peanut butter. This gives the sandwich a little something extra, setting it apart from your traditional peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. It also adds a bit more flavor to contrast the stickiness of the peanut butter and the sweet fruit preserve of the jelly. The honey is a happy medium, blending the two together effortlessly.
4. Then you put the two pieces of bread together. Next, cut the crusts off of your sandwich. While I know there are people out there who aren't crust eaters, I'm a fan of them. However, I've very picky in the fact that I like to eat my crust, but I like to eat it separately from my sandwich. I know, strange. The sandwich can then be cut into a diagonal or simply straight across - it's up to you.
Finally, pour yourself a glass of milk and enjoy your age-old delicacy!
Thu, 30 Jul 2009 07:40:59 +0000
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