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jfkfc
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Since: 9.2.02

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#1 Posted on
Try this sandwich:

Any kind of bread will do, but I am a potato roll kinda guy, so I prefer that or Wonder White.

Peanut butter, chucky or creamy. Your first encounter with a sandwich of this magnitude might warrant the more conserivative creamy-style.

Grape jelly is the only kind of jelly IMO. Strawberry jelly sucks. I am admittedly a one-dimensional jelly guy.

Scrambled eggs or a hard-boiled egg. With the scrambled eggs, make them dry-scrambled, not that drippy stuff. Don't mix in cheese, either.


I know that making this sandwich and actually eating it will be a leap of faith to some. I do not know how I came up with it all of those years ago. I have never eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever met anyone else in the course of my life who has tried it (before I mentioned it). I can tell you this honestly: EVERY single person who has ever tried this at my behest has really liked it.

TRY THIS SANDWICH! I triple-dog-dare you!



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Since: 2.1.02
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
i'd try it, but it needs some chilli sause and chutney



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Since: 11.7.02
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
Don't your dare disparage the strawberry jelly!
dunkndollaz
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Since: 3.1.02
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#4 Posted on
That sandwich just screams "culinary challenged bachelor" - exactly the type of thing that we would have made in the Frat House kitchen at 4am after a serious bender



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jfkfc
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Since: 9.2.02

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#5 Posted on
Surely someone has the guts to try this and post a message telling everyone how delicious it is....

And I apologize to Grimis, for my disparaging comments relating to strawberry jelly. I should have typed:

"IMO, strawberry jelly sucks".




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Since: 31.3.02
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#6 Posted on
Well, If'n it wasn't for the fact that grape jelly sucks donkey balls, and thus have none (only jelly in mah house currently is not k-y, but squashberry), and ah'm a jam man, due to the suckitude of most commercial jellies, I'd try that sammich.

But, it has nothing on my peanut butter and balogna sandwich, from back when I was an ankle biter. Now that's a good sammich.
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Since: 2.1.02
From: Plain Dealing, LA

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#7 Posted on
Skip the jelly, make the egg over-medium, the peanut butter chunky, and add a nice thick piece of sharp cheddar and you've got a winner of a sandwich. Or, you could simply go to the Triple X, a world class greasy spoon right off campus at Purdue, and order the Dwayne Purvis burger which is a fully loaded burger complete with added peanut butter and extra pickle. After a long night of drinking Bass, that sandwich can be a lifesaver.

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Since: 2.1.02
From: Darkenwood

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#8 Posted on
While we are sharing crazy sandwich recipes, I humbly ask you to try peanut butter (it seems to be the constant here) and sour cream&onion Lays potato chips. Smash the chips into a zillion pieces and smush them into the peanut butter. It's to die for!


    Originally posted by dunkndollaz
    That sandwich just screams "culinary challenged bachelor" - exactly the type of thing that we would have made in the Frat House kitchen at 4am after a serious bender


My man, I know what you mean. Back in the day, we used to get the munchies and eat Oreos and Easy Cheese.



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jfkfc
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Since: 9.2.02

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#9 Posted on
Hmmm...

PB and sour cream Lays...
PB and cheddar (and egg over med)...
PB and balogna...
PB on a burger...

Now those are some fucked up sandwich ideas. How the hell have I been putting up with all of the people calling my prize sandwich gross, and all of you dudes out there have been eating some of that shit?!?!?





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Since: 2.1.02
From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats

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#10 Posted on
Hey, you can't beat a peanut butter and bologna sandwich. I've been eating them for twenty plus years. They're best when you put them in the refrigerator for about thirty minutes before eating.
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Since: 2.1.02
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#11 Posted on

    Originally posted by jfkfc
    Hmmm...

    PB and sour cream Lays...
    PB and cheddar (and egg over med)...
    PB and balogna...
    PB on a burger...

    Now those are some fucked up sandwich ideas. How the hell have I been putting up with all of the people calling my prize sandwich gross, and all of you dudes out there have been eating some of that shit?!?!?




That's exactly how it was invented...when I was like 11 years old, I decided to gross out my friends by inventing a gimmicky stupid thing to eat. That's what I came up with and lo and behold, I loved it.

Hmmm...I have something in common with Tommy Dreamer. Live and learn!



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Since: 19.3.02
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#12 Posted on
More bachelor cookery fun.

1. Take two slices of white bread, toast lightly.
2. Smear one slice with 1/6 can of vanilla frosting.
3. Add a thin layer of peanut butter to the other slice, then drench with maple syrup.
4. Enjoy a unique sandwich experience.

Tasty stuff, and I was completely sober when I made and ate this.

And yes, I've seriously considered making an out of this world, space-age Moon Waffle and would eat a Good Morning Burger if it wasn't for the fried egg.




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Since: 2.1.02
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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.65

    Originally posted by rikidozan
    i'd try it, but it needs some chilli sause and chutney


Seriously. Lister had some crazy-ass food concepts. Don't make me look up the recipe for those sausages from "Polymorph."



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Since: 28.6.02

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#14 Posted on
"Jack, I'd like to go off the board and take Breakfast recipes for $100."

Ok -- so I originally read this in a Thrasher (yup) mag 10 years ago... but I love it. Get 6 hash brown patties and fry them on both sides in oil in a large 12" pan. After you're done browning them on the other side, take a wooden spoon, spatula or any kitchen device with a flat end and start ripping them apart until they're all into a regular hash style.

Go ahead and find your favorite spices -- I usually go for salt, pepper, and Emeril's Essence (tm)... that way, there's BAM~! to it, but enough so that the WIFEY will eat it. If you want to go all out... go for the salt, pepper, chili powder, cumin and garlic powder.

Anyway, toss it around in the pan and fry it some more... and it's pretty good. A lil' greasy, but Good Eats.

Oh -- and sandwich-wise... lox and bagel, cream cheese, hamburger onions. MMMMMM :)



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emma
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Since: 1.8.02
From: Phoenix-ish

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#15 Posted on
Fourteen posts, & exactly one of them describes something edible. But the peanut butter manufacturers are giddy with delight! :-)

(Get some capers, a little lemon, & a dash of freshly ground pepper to go with the smoked salmon. Alton Brown would approve.)
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Since: 9.12.01
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#16 Posted on
Fatburger has a big king with egg... it's actually pretty damn good.



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Since: 11.12.01
From: Catlin IL

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#17 Posted on
Hah. Get a PB sammich and dip it into some good chili, then eat.

Marvelous!



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jfkfc
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Since: 9.2.02

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#18 Posted on

    Originally posted by emma
    Fourteen posts, & exactly one of them describes something edible. But the peanut butter manufacturers are giddy with delight! :-)

    (Get some capers, a little lemon, & a dash of freshly ground pepper to go with the smoked salmon. Alton Brown would approve.)



1. Um, which one was edible, in your opinion besides my PBJ&E)?

2. Men don't eat capers. Men (posting in this thread, certainly) don't cook capers.

3. HAS ANYONE TRIED A DAMN PEANUT BUTTER, JELLY, AND EGG SANDWICH YET?!?!?!?!?!



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Since: 23.1.02
From: Phoenix, AZ

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#19 Posted on
Well, I could try it tomorrow morning at the UNCA Dining Hall, but their eggs aren't all that great, so it might ruin the whole experience.

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Fuzzy Logic
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Since: 31.3.02
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#20 Posted on
Kippers, we eat kippers (nothin' like sittin' down and eating a whole tin o' kippers plain).

But, I will try the PPJE sammich (with squashberry jelly, since, like I said before, it's the only jelly I have right now, and I have no jam) tomorrow, on my day off~! But I'm also cravign a good ol' bowl of crackers, with carnation milk (you know, the cans o' milk made by Carnation, that's like evaporated and shit) and sugar (and hot water poured over the milk to add the needed water part.) Now that's good eatin'. Works best with soda crackers or spiffy milk lunch biscuits. But, I also got Lemon Creme biscuits I can toss in, woo!
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