peanut butter first, apply with knife. take access peanut butter and try to force it on the bread. once your knife has been set aside, take your favorite spoon and apply the jelly to the other slice of bread. once both slices of bread have been covered, place said slices together and you have made your self a peanut butter and jam sandwhich or as the kids call it "PB&J"
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peanut butter, rinse the knife, jelly. the jelly spreads really well over the peanut butter and i'd rather have a little peanut butter in my jelly than a little jelly in my peanut butter.
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first of all, fuck jelly. jam is where its at, with the fruit and shit in it. second of all, there are 2 schools of thought on this. if you are using crappy bread that falls apart or you are going to be storing the sandwich for later consumption, you apply peanut butter first, but more thinly and on both slices of bread. that way, the jelly doesn't become absorbed into the bread when you go to eat it making it all sticky and shit. on the other hand, if you are eating it right away and it is some pretty robust bread, you apply the jam first, because it is easier to lick off the knife completely. then you do the peanut butter.
also, they must always be cut diagonally. if i ordered a pb&j in a restaurant and it came sliced not diagonally, i would send it back.
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