Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby rjsterry » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:09 pm

FoldingJoe wrote:Peanut butter - as long as it is Whole Earth - Crunchy Original.

For those of you who don't like peanut butter, but have only tried Sunpat, try the above. It may change your mind.

Olives - nice also.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby lostboysaint » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:14 pm

Never have I read a BR thread where the content is so beautifully encapsulated in the title. I'd exalt you if there were such a facility.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby SimonAH » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:16 pm

FoldingJoe wrote:Peanut butter - as long as it is Whole Earth - Crunchy Original.

For those of you who don't like peanut butter, but have only tried Sunpat, try the above. It may change your mind.

Olives - nice also.


I must admit, I always thought Sunpat was a horrible name - evocative of a dried out cow flop.
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:40 pm

SimonAH wrote:
FoldingJoe wrote:Peanut butter - as long as it is Whole Earth - Crunchy Original.

For those of you who don't like peanut butter, but have only tried Sunpat, try the above. It may change your mind.

Olives - nice also.


I must admit, I always thought Sunpat was a horrible name - evocative of a dried out cow flop.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:42 pm

SimonAH wrote:Delicious gerkiness of course!

Back to celery - you can't make a decent BBQ sauce without celery, but that is it's only saving grace.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby mudcow007 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:44 pm

Kieran_Burns wrote:
SimonAH wrote:Delicious gerkiness of course!

Back to celery - you can't make a decent BBQ sauce without celery, but that is it's only saving grace.


Gherkins are the Devil's penis in a jar.



ohhh so thats why gherkins are salty?
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:46 pm

mudcow007 wrote:
Kieran_Burns wrote:
SimonAH wrote:Delicious gerkiness of course!

Back to celery - you can't make a decent BBQ sauce without celery, but that is it's only saving grace.


Gherkins are the Devil's penis in a jar.



ohhh so thats why gherkins are salty?



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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Big_Paul » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:10 pm

I don't like peanut butter sandwiches.

I don't like Jam sandwhiches.

Put the peanut butter and jam together in the samdwich and it's bloody lovely! :roll:
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby dee4life2005 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:26 pm

peanut butter M&M's anyone ... nom nom nom.

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby SimonAH » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:27 pm

dee4life2005 wrote:peanut butter M&M's anyone ... nom nom nom.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Cornerblock » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:33 pm

SimonAH wrote: evocative of a dried out cow flop.



What about a nice olive tapenade then?

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby dee4life2005 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:39 pm

hmmm ... looks tasty :shock:

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby rubertoe » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:43 pm

dee4life2005 wrote:peanut butter M&M's anyone ... nom nom nom.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby t4tomo » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:45 pm

Big_Paul wrote:I don't like peanut butter sandwiches.

I don't like Jam sandwhiches.

Put the peanut butter and jam together in the samdwich and it's bloody lovely! :roll:

Try marmalade the citrus and peanut goes well.

Or marmalade and Nutella - Jaffa cake on toast tastic
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby anonymousblackfg » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:47 pm

Remove both please, both are lovely items of food.

Howver, salt and vinagar crisps and marmite fully deserve to be shot.

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Hoopdriver » Mon Nov 12, 2012 15:50 pm

Peanut butter and olives - love them both (although not together - that WOULD be hideous)

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Kieran_Burns » Mon Nov 12, 2012 16:03 pm

anonymousblackfg wrote:Remove both please, both are lovely items of food.

Howver, salt and vinagar crisps and marmite fully deserve to be shot.


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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby team47b » Mon Nov 12, 2012 17:10 pm

Capers!

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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby Headhuunter » Mon Nov 12, 2012 17:15 pm

I like everything that's been mentioned... I actually, seriously quite like toast with peanut butter and mustard (or horseradish) with sliced olives...
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Re: Peanut butter: the Devil's diarrhea

Postby rubertoe » Mon Nov 12, 2012 18:37 pm

Headhuunter wrote:I like everything that's been mentioned... I actually, seriously quite like toast with peanut butter and mustard (or horseradish) with sliced olives...


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