What is that noise? I hope no one can hear that. It sounds like it is coming from my stomach. I must have skipped breakfast and need a sandwich. The best kind of sandwich to cure the rumbles is of course a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! Also known as a PB&J sandwich, this ancient sandwich has been prepared by mothers for their youngsters for centuries! Now this complex ancient sandwich does not come easy, there is much thought that goes into each and every one that is created. The first thing I must ask myself is how I want to display this magnificent piece of beauty. Perhaps, an elegant glass plate would be most appropriate. Maybe go with a paper plate and save on dishes for later. But then there is the question of going with the flimsy one ply plate or use the sturdy Dixie plate wear that is sure to fulfill all my peanut buttery needs. Something to take into consideration is do I really feel ok with throwing that plate in the garbage just to condemn it to a life of solitude in a landfill somewhere? Or go with a personal favorite of mine and just eat it on the fly with my hands. After the serving issue is resolved it is time to get down to the foundation of the sandwich, the bread. Bartz,2
Now there are many different and creative ways to go about this part of the process. The easiest way to get through this step is to break it up into two categories. First being the type of bread that I wish it to be made out of. I could go traditional and just have plain old white bread; if I was feeling healthy for the day wheat bread is of course my friend. Then again I may be feeling a little south of the border and choose to use a tortilla shell instead. Now comes category number two, what kind of shape to make this PB&J look like? Perhaps I was in a romantic mood a crust less heart shape may suit you perfectly. Today though I may be feeling dangerous, a nice triangle cut is just...