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peanut butter and jelly sandwiches

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misdee Fri 12-Jun-09 21:05:21

i am forever curious.

is jelly different to jam in its consistancy?

do i have to find grape jelly/jam or will good old strawberry do?

is it yummy?

two of my favouitrite morning toast toppings in one, should i?

Hassled Fri 12-Jun-09 21:07:23

The Americans call all jams jelly.

Our jelly, they call jello.

And yes, it's bloody lovely.

MrsMcCluskey Fri 12-Jun-09 21:11:44

jelly is jam with no bits in it
am partila to jam ad peanut butter sarnies esp as a late night snackage!

Molesworth Fri 12-Jun-09 21:13:02

I love toast with peanut butter and marmalade. Not quite as cloying as jam. Delicious!

NorbertDentressangle Fri 12-Jun-09 21:16:48

DD (9) has discovered peanut butter and jam this week after initially saying "Yuk" when DP told her about it -shes been having it on toast for breakfast.

Go on....you know you want to smile

Maveta Fri 12-Jun-09 21:18:43

oh my favourite! love it. ds too though this means I now have to share angry

LastOrders Fri 12-Jun-09 21:19:41

One word - Yum.

Hassled Fri 12-Jun-09 21:21:46

And afterwards you can move onto Snickers On Toast, aka peanut butter and Nutella

misdee Fri 12-Jun-09 21:21:51

itsh bloomshin loveshy

sorry typing with mouth full

just tried one slice.

yum!

oopsacoconut Fri 12-Jun-09 21:21:53

yummy - especially if you can get the American grape jelly. My favorite is peanut butter and golden syrup mmm

cookielove Fri 12-Jun-09 21:30:50

as the child of american parent, i can assure you that peanut butter and jam sandwich's are fab, and also my sister is a big lover of peanut butter and banana sandwiches and peanut butter and rasin sandwhich, all of these are served nicer on toast though and you must use crunchy peanut butter, and a good make at that

juicychops Fri 12-Jun-09 21:39:12

peanut butter and banana is nice in a sandwich together

MrsMcCluskey Fri 12-Jun-09 21:52:20

Aldi's do a lvley real American crunchy penut butter

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