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10/24/06 12:27 PM
 
Comment by Guest
No diagonal cut. No cut at all. Thin layers of PB on each side first, so thick layer of J doesn't leak thru the white bread in the lunch bag 
 
10/24/06 2:37 PM
 
Comment by Rosemary O'Neill Rosemary O'Neill is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
Where's the vote for pb and marshmallow?
 
10/24/06 3:33 PM
 
Comment by Mike Mike is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
I've never had that.    Remember Koogle(?) with the chocolate and peanut butter?  That was cool. Then there's BJ's infamous jelly and bologna sandwich.  Yum.
 
10/24/06 5:00 PM
 
Comment by Karen Karen is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
Diagonal cut, or no pb&j.  The way nature intended it.
 
10/24/06 6:15 PM
 
Comment by Rosemary O'Neill Rosemary O'Neill is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
I do fondly remember Koogle: http://www.kraft.com.au/virtualMuseum/decades/index.cfm?Page=decades1970 Oh great, now I'm craving Koogle...
 
10/25/06 12:46 PM
 
Comment by Jeff11 Jeff11 is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
I do not think I have every had PB on each side, but it does make sense.  My old roomate George used to be famous for his triple and quadruple layer PBJs, after which he would complain of feeling bad (surprise).
 
10/25/06 1:16 PM
 
Comment by John & Tish John & Tish is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
Ever since we had sandwiches at the O'Neill's, the boys like to choose to have their sandwiches sliced like "sailboats" or "houses!"  Tish
 
10/25/06 6:12 PM
 
Comment by John & Tish John & Tish is offline. Click for Member Snapshot.
BJ here: I did love the jelly bologna sandwich -  the perfect balance of sweet and savory.  But only try it if your taste buds are between 6 and 10 years old, unless you just ingested poison and would like to expell it quickly.
 
10/24/06 11:16 AM
 
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The Perfect Mix
 
 
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