September 7th, 2012

Adult PB&J’s!

In this feature, we take one food in three directions: sweet, savory and a spin. Sounds easy if you’re talking tomatoes — but a sweet burger? And with the spin, you may be in for a culinary adventure … or an atrocity. You just never know.

Even Elvis loved a good PB&J — he just enjoyed his deep fried or loaded with bacon. Sarah isn’t far off this week, using bacon jam in her savory take on the classic. Have a sweet tooth? Not to worry! April will tantalize you with fig preserves. Then Amy wraps it all up with a challenge to readers: get your sandwich-washed minds out of the bread box … and into the blender.

AB&J Sandwich


By April

Peanut butter’s had its time in the sun. April offers up a sweet alternative, pairing almond butter with an easy homemade fig jam.

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By Sarah

Jam out with Sarah as she takes an adventure of epic proportions to create a savory PB&J with another favorite — bacon.

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By Amy

Amy says to heck with the same old sammy — time to think outside the lunch box. Let’s give this American staple a spin, shall we?

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