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Old 11-01-2014, 12:35 AM   #21
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I still love them! Sliced banana is really good with them too.
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Old 11-01-2014, 12:53 AM   #22
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Peanut Butter and Honey, Honey and Butter...sandwiches that were popular when I was a kid.
Oh, yes. Peanut butter and honey. Still one of my faves.
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I have never heard of a peanut butter and honey sandwich. Is this a GA specific meal, or just something that your family eats? I am from southern MA and this is definitely not a common meal here; if it is I guess I am out of the loop!
When my husband Himself was in college at The Ohio State University in the mid-60s, his roommate loved PB&honey sandwiches. I tried it on honey wheat bread. Excellent pairing! Also goes well with a glass of red wine.
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When my husband Himself was in college at The Ohio State University in the mid-60s, his roommate loved PB&honey sandwiches. I tried it on honey wheat bread. Excellent pairing! Also goes well with a glass of red wine.
PBH with a hint of cinnamon. Put the honey on thick and let it soak into one side of one slice, to make the bread crunchy. PB is on the other side, with a dash of cinnamon on the honey side. Soooo good.

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