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August 18, 2020

bookofjoe's Favorite Thing: Peanut Butter & Butter Sandwich (Open-Faced)


When I first created this sandwich is lost in the depths of time.

I think it was when I was a kid, but I'm not sure.

It's still a staple here at boj World Headquarters©®.


1) Assemble butter*, peanut butter**, a piece of bread, and a butter knife

2) Spread a thin, even layer of butter across the bread surface

3) Spread a thin, even layer of peanut butter over the butter

Prepare for a great snack.

The mouthfeel of this creation is fo shizzle.

*butter should be at room temperature

**though I prefer crunchy peanut butter in my PB&J, here the smooth variety makes for a more refined experience

August 18, 2020 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


That sounds like it will go well on the pandemic sourdough bread I have been baking. I should have baked today, it's 53 this morning! My mom used to butter Wonder bread for my pb&j sandwiches. Butter was always at room temperature at their house.

Posted by: Greg Perkins | Aug 20, 2020 6:43:40 AM

Joe - Please share with Flautist that Club Crackers make an excellent substitution for bread. (unless you also don't care for crackers)

Posted by: Pamela Barnes | Aug 19, 2020 2:17:44 PM

I've got the creamy PB, and the room temp butter, but, not being much of a bread eater, nothing to smear them on. I wonder how it would be if I just swirled the two together...

Posted by: Flautist | Aug 19, 2020 10:10:39 AM

After a thorough peer review process, this researcher can confirm that the aforementioned PB&B sandwich (open faced) is indeed worthy of the claims of deliciousness.

As such, the PB&B is recommended to all citizens for immediate consumption.

Warning: Side effects may include:

-Sticky fingers
-Increased desire for a glass of milk
-Melancholy (including memories surrounding one's childhood)
-Sense of well being
-Increased aversion to the force of gravity (open faced sandwiches have a tendency to fall butter-side-down)

Posted by: MacNCheese | Aug 18, 2020 5:31:45 PM

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