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stuart joseph says ...
Peanut Butter goes with just about anything, including chili powder. My best receipe is doggie cookies for my two large dogs. Peanut Butter is the main ingredient with only 4 more ingredients. Easy to make but tough on the muscles. As with any home made cooking they are greatly appreciated by the recipent.
03/12/2010 12:00:22 AM CST
Andrea says ...
I am originally from Czech Republic. To this date, peanut butter isn't very well known there and I certainly had no idea about its existence until at the age of 19 I made my first trip to a capitalist country - to England. There I absolutely fell in love with peanut butter and brought several jars back home with me. But can you imagine my suffering when after having eaten them all I wasn't able to find peanut butter in the Czech stores? If I was lucky, I managed to get a (bad) substitute from time to time, but nothing close to the real thing. And then I moved to the peanut butter paradise - the USA!!! Peanut butter was the first thing I bought on the US soil (well, some other things to go with it, too, like bread, milk, and a map). Since then I've always made sure to have a stack of peanut butter on hand. I don't need fancy food. Give me a jar of PB and I'm happy!
03/12/2010 12:19:24 AM CST
Marcela says ...
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ofcoarse!
03/12/2010 4:37:47 AM CST
DARLENE JENSEN says ...
BOY OH BOY ! PEANUT BUTTER !! Do they have a PEANUT BUTTER Ice cream?
03/12/2010 7:46:20 AM CST
Laura says ...
I have a peanut butter addiction. I eat it every day, with everything. Stirred into oatmeal or greek yogurt, on apples bananas and celery, on toast, with chocolate, on a spoon, over ice cream, in cookies...the possibilities are endless! I don't think it would take me to long to get through a case :-)
03/12/2010 7:49:48 AM CST
Meredith says ...
THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE SEEN ALL YEAR!!! I am so beyond addicted to Whole Foods Peanut Butter. Not only do I have it on a piece of toast for breakfast, but I have it on an apple for a snack in the morning, and I scoop it straight out of the container with a big spoon for my afternoon snack! Sure, it requires me to do a little bit of extra exercising, but I bake peanut butter cookies with it, Monster cookies, and I even my own peanut butter cups!! I am participating in Relay for Life at the beginning of April and I'm in charge of bringing a lot of food. I am definitely going to make cookies and my pb cups and would LOVE to use this case for just that purpose!!!!
03/12/2010 8:27:01 AM CST
Mariana Rogers says ...
I would keep a few for myself and use for all my yummy dishes and snacks and the remaining will donate to the St. Mary's Food Bank.
03/12/2010 8:27:45 AM CST
Claire says ...
Wow I love PB so much! I find myself nowadays buying more and more kinds on my quest for the perfect jar. And as someone who eats little meat and dairy, it's a great protein/fat source for me!
03/12/2010 8:41:21 AM CST
Gary Greenblum says ...
Ahhhhh, peanut butter - the goo of the gods. I don't think there is a number big enough to describe the times I have enjoyed the blessings of a great PB&J. Have to confess, when I was too young to know better, to sneaking Fritos into my sandwiches without my mother knowing. Now I am satisfied by just dunking into my tomato soup when no one is watching . . . gg
03/12/2010 8:43:44 AM CST
Nancy Klinkman says ...
Yum! Even today, my three grown sons fondly reminisce about their favorite comfort food during the "brisk" fall days in the midwest when they were young. Mom's chili with a thick slice of homemade bread slathered thick with gooey peanut butter. What would I do with a case of peanut butter? Well, I would continue to share this yummy gooey nutritious comfort food with those I love.
03/12/2010 8:52:54 AM CST
Mekay Reaves says ...
When I was a little girl I would sneak in the kitchen and get a spoon of peanut butter and eat it just like that, I called it peanut butter spoon. Now that I'm a grown up, well I still get a peanut butter spoon every now and then, but my tastes have changed, I enjoy peanut butter cookies, peanut butter on warm toast with a glass of milk, or any asian style dish with peanuts and rice noodles. Peanut butter packs a powerful nutritional punch and in moderation is not only good for you but super tasty.
03/12/2010 9:09:52 AM CST
michele says ...
Peanut butter and fluff sandwiches all around!
03/12/2010 9:13:44 AM CST
Laura Whitekettle says ...
What would I do with a case of Peanut Butter? (And yes, in my world, Peanut Butter deserves capitalization.) It may be easier to ask me what I wouldn't do with a case. Every morning and every night, I have a triple decker Peanut Butter and banana sandwich on whole wheat bread. I am allergic to dairy products, so when I was growing up, my parents would fill ice cream cones with Peanut Butter whenever everyone else had ice cream cones. I still do this today. There is nothing better than just sticking a spoon into a jar of Peanut Butter. I go through Peanut Butter (and bread and bananas...) like parents of newborns go through diapers. But enough about me... I have friends in Iraq and Afghanistan, who are serving the United States in the military, to whom I send Peanut Butter rocky road, Peanut Butter cookies, and just jars of Peanut Butter and spoons. They were a bit confused about the jars and spoons, and skeptical when I told them that it's good to just eat a spoonful every once in awhile (such a quick hunger-buster!). I now have converted them to my Peanut Butter club. I could definitely bake up a storm for our soldiers. And what about all the Thai and Indian recipes, or a Peanut Butter/chocolate soy milk smoothie? And oatmeal with vanilla soy milk and a spoonful of Peanut Butter is almost as good as my triple decker Peanut Butter and banana sandwich...
03/12/2010 9:31:09 AM CST
priscilla says ...
cookies, cookies and more cookies!!! :)
03/12/2010 9:31:31 AM CST
Michelle says ...
Peanut Butter is so yummy, it should be it's own food group. I eat peanut butter all the time! As a vegetarian it is such an excellent source of protein. When I was growing up in my family we always had the huge containers of peanut butter because we ate it on sandwiches, waffles, on celery, with apples or my the tablespoon!! My husband hates peanut butter which I think is CRAZY!!! So now that we live alone, I realize I eat a lot. I go through at least one jar per month!! Peanut Butter is one my fav foods!! :) I would share the case with my family & of course make delicious cookies!
03/12/2010 9:36:11 AM CST
Martine says ...
From start of the day, organic peanut butter goes into both lunch boxes for the children, and after my workout almost always either homemade peanut butter bar or a banana with peanut butter (mmm my favortite!Thanks to my grandmother's introduction when I was a wee one!)It seems as I try to go further into being "gorgeously green" and organic so has everyone else in the family. Peanut Butter has helped that introduction go smoothly :] even if others were a little "bumpy" at first with the life change :]!
03/12/2010 9:51:57 AM CST
Cecilia Khoo says ...
Peanut butter is one ingredient useful when making satay. Satay is an South-East Asian dish which consist of skewered meat that has been marinated in spices, then grilled over an open fire. The dipping sauce that goes with satay is a peanut sauce. The folks in South-East Asia like Singapore, Malaysia, and other surrounding countries like their peanut sauce spicey but when making your peanut adjust the amount of chile you add to your sauce to suit your taste buds. The folks there grind their peanuts to add into the satay sauce, here in the U.S. you can just add peanut butter to get the same tasty effect. Satay can be served as a snack or as a main course. On a warm summer day, there's nothing more fun that having some satay in the backyard with some cold icy beer!
03/12/2010 10:01:10 AM CST
Jennifer says ...
I love peanut butter, and am often teased for it! A case would just increase the teasing, but it's worth it! My current favorites for peanut butter are peanut butter on my pancakes, and thai peanut sauce for dinner (on vegis, rice, noodles, pizza). Other good choices are on apple slices, peanut butter, banana and honey sandwiches, and in squamish bars.
03/12/2010 10:01:47 AM CST
Deana says ...
Not a day goes by that I don't have some form of peanut butter. I love making peanut butter soy protein shakes. Usually I'll throw in some banana and maybe some unsweetened cocoa or carob powder. They are a great booster after my morning workout!
03/12/2010 10:39:35 AM CST
Faith Adrian says ...
Mmmm. For breakfast, we slather on peanut butter on our pancakes. After a long mileage jog, I love peanut butter on my big hamburger! Yes, peanut butter. Ask serious runners about this, they know. Peanut butter and fried chicken? Oh yes, a couple times a year. It's so good! How about peanut butter and hot roast beef sandwiches. Oh, and the cookies too. Can't forget the cookies! You bet we could use lots of peanut butter. It's staple here at home.
03/12/2010 11:30:41 AM CST
Ellen Fagan says ...
AS a very busy kindergarten teacher who gobbles down your yummy peanut butter spread(rather thickly)on a rice cake for lunch every day ,I would have no trouble at all going through a case! I have been doing this now for about 20 years! I have tried to switch to other things but nothing satisfies my cravings or gives me the energy I need to keep up with !9 very fast paced five year olds!I think that it is also keeping me young in body and soul!For me,a day without peanut butter just does not feel right!
03/12/2010 11:40:22 AM CST
Jean F says ...
I buy only natural, creamy peanut butter. I like it on celery sticks as a snack, in peanut butter and cream cheese sandwiches (jelly never worked for me), and in Asian satay or noodle recipes. A life without peanut butter would not be worth living.
03/12/2010 11:52:30 AM CST
HBaril says ...
My husband is a PB &J freak! So are my kids! They would have it at every meal if it were possible. My 7 year is now liking peanut butter since switching to all natural organic peanut butter. I personally love it on crackers as well as a sandwich. My kids now love the organic PB with my homemade berry jam. We are a family of 6 with 4 kids 7 and under who are in love with peanut butter. We would definetely put a case of peanut butter to good use in this house! We want to win!
03/12/2010 12:04:56 PM CST
Erin Gasior says ...
My family of six enjoys peanut butter in all forms from cookies to asian peanut noodles to just right out of the jar on a spoon. As a teacher, my students like to create pbj crepes in culinary arts and they are delicious. It is a great form of energy and I am lucky that none of my family members are allergic.
03/12/2010 12:17:20 PM CST
Kellie says ...
What wouldn't I do with case of Peanut Butter? Maybe I would have a Peanut butter and Jelly sandwich party and everyone could a different jar of jam or jelly. I can't get enough of peanut butter. I thought to myself recently that maybe i have an addiction to it. It ruins my whole day if i start if off with a piece of toast with PB and banana. hehe
03/12/2010 12:17:55 PM CST

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