Gut Rumbles
 

October 05, 2003

god's own peanut butter and jelly sandwich

Here's another Acidman recipe. You can ask Quinton and Jack about this one, too. It's damn good.

* Take two slices of Captain John Derst's "Good Old Fashioned" bread out of a loaf and put the slices on a paper plate. Don't forget to put the twist-tie back on the bread package or it'll go all moldy on you.

* Go to the oven and turn it on full-blast "BROIL" setting.

* Slather one slice of bread with a generous amount of Peter Pan Crunchy peanut butter. And I ain't talking about a little dab of peanut butter here. Lay it on at LEAST 1/8" thick all over the bread.

* Break out the Smucker's Grape jelly and slather the other piece of bread with that. You don't need to lay the jelly on as thick as you do the peanut butter, but you should be generous.

* Put the two pieces of bread together, making sure that you make them match. Nothing fucks up this sandwich worse than an upside down or bass-ackward piece of bread on one side. We need SYMMETRY here.

* Throw the sandwich (along with a couple of others, too, if you are feeding more than one person) into the oven and leave the oven door cracked so that the burner never turns off.

* When the bread toasts a nice, golden brown on top, take a spatula and flip the sandwich.

* Toast the other side to match the front, then remove the sandwich from the oven and serve on a paper plate with a big glass of cold milk. Kids love that. I do, too.

If you really want to experiment with this sandwich, put a slice of cheese between the peanut butter and jelly. You won't believe how good that tastes.

I'll post more recipes from my cookbook later.

Comments

Mmmm! It's also not bad if you assemble the sammich, throw a slab o' butter in the iron skillet, and toast both sides that way. The butter just adds to the overall experience, kinda like the cheese.

Now ya done it. I'm hungry!

Posted by: Joan of Argghh! on October 5, 2003 05:33 PM

And people wonder why Americans are so obese. Aren't these the snacks that done Elivis in?

Posted by: Fat Girl on October 5, 2003 05:42 PM

I have no doubt in my mind that those boys love that sandwich. You're a fine cook and right now, I'd kill for some of your burned biscuits and bacon.

Posted by: Da Goddess on October 5, 2003 05:45 PM

Peanut butter = brown, gooey death.

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on October 5, 2003 06:00 PM

mmm...'cept for the cheese. that's just wrong somehow...

Posted by: yvonne on October 5, 2003 06:11 PM

I love fried peanut butter sandwiches but I've got something against warm jelly. It turns my stomach.

Posted by: Chablis on October 5, 2003 06:24 PM

Sounds like something we'd have eaten when we were kids. (with the cheese) We ate peanut butter and tomato..sounds weird, but it was good. My mother also used to make us "guck" sandwiches that were our favourites... a can of Kam mashed up with ketchup, mayonnaise, diced dill pickle & onion slathered on bread. Looked like puke, tasted like heaven....at least it did when I was eleven...

Posted by: Lisa on October 5, 2003 06:51 PM

I'm THERE!!!!!!!

Posted by: Parkway Rest Stop on October 5, 2003 07:59 PM

Must be a Southern thing because my husband would love that sandwich while I would rather starve than eat that. Ick. lol

Posted by: Michelle on October 5, 2003 08:02 PM

PB + French's yellow mustard. Mmmmm. Can't get enough!

Posted by: seppo on October 5, 2003 08:05 PM

Throw in some banana slices and some crisp bacon and you've got Elvis' heart attack!

Posted by: DeAnna on October 5, 2003 10:34 PM

I assumed you would grill it like grilled cheese. Butter the outside of the bread and golden brown it in a pan.

I agree, the cheese sounds wrong.

When I was a kid we used to like eating butter and peanut butter sandwiches. Talk about healthy!

Sounds like you could either compete or collaborate with this guy in the cookbook market.

Banana and peanut butter. Mmmmm... bet that would be better toasted than with jelly.

Speaking of grape jelly, you can use a mix of grape jelly and mustard, cut up pieces of hot dogs into it, and cook it in a crock pot for a surprisingly yummy sweet & sour wieners appaetizer/party dish.

Posted by: Jay Solo on October 5, 2003 10:52 PM

Speaking of grilled sangwiches (this is how they say "sandwiches" in Fall River, MA and in Rhode Island), my favorite is grilled cheese and tomato, pan grilled. In an emergency, the toaster over and microwave can do.

Bread
A little butter on the inside of the bottom slice.
Ample layer of tomato slices.
Ample layer of cheese.
Bread

Butter the outside of the bread on the cheese side while the pan warms up.

Drop the butter side down onto the pan.

Butter the unbuttered side as it cooks. The little butter on the inside is melting down into the tomato slices, helping to cook and flavor them.

Flip it over when golden brown and cook until other side is golden brown, smooshing or covering as needed to enhance the melting.

Let cool enough so hot tomato and cheese will only slightly burn your mouth, then consume hungrily.

Be sure to reseal the bread, just as Acidman directed. I fucking hate it when people leave the bread open.

Posted by: Jay Solo on October 5, 2003 11:06 PM

Better late than never....

one more really good variation is peanut butter and dill pickle slices.....

I know it "sounds" weird, but try it you'll like it !!!

Posted by: Ragex on October 6, 2003 06:14 AM

aren't these the snacks that done Elvis in?

No, Fat Girl. That would be barbituate and booze cocktails... the same thing that did for Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Hank Williams.

Posted by: asm on October 6, 2003 08:53 AM

As I kid, I loved peanut butter and mayo sandwiches. Just thinking about them now makes me feel vaguely ill, but I suspect that they probably still taste darn good.

Posted by: Pascale Soleil on October 6, 2003 11:52 AM

SEPPO

PB and yellow mustard sandwich. I've been eating those for years and never found anyone else that has tried it. There's something about that tart mustard flavor that really compliments the peanut taste.

Posted by: Don on October 6, 2003 02:39 PM

That's the catdaddy sandwich - reminds me of being a young boy - ate em' like that growing up - God bless my mother. You are absolutely right about lining the bread up - if you get it backwards - it just does not taste the same.

If you want to add sugar shock - a little honey will take care of it.

Posted by: sam on October 6, 2003 05:35 PM

Peanut butter and onion on whole-wheat bread. I've eaten them for years, but have yet to try them grilled. Thanks, guys!!

Posted by: Jaydee on October 7, 2003 01:15 PM

Mmmmmm...I just tried that for lunch today, and I almost died, it was that good!! Now you've got me addicted!

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