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Default Peanut Butter and Tomato Sandwich

Who's tried them?

If you toast the bread first, slather the slices with about 1 T of PB, then add a thick slice of a good garden fresh tomato......... omg!!

I had a friend tell me to try one a couple of nights ago.

Yep!
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GRAWL! I've never tried peanut butter and tomato but i will now. But i'll bet it's just as delicious as peanut butter and pickles.
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GRAWL! I've never tried peanut butter and tomato but i will now. But i'll bet it's just as delicious as peanut butter and pickles.
Wow I grew up on Peanut Butter & Dill Pickle sammies. My grandpa and I used to go fishing and we'd bring a thermos of water or iced tea and a couple of peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches to snack on while the fish were biting. I love 'em!

Never tried PB&T though...might be worth a shot.
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I'll try it, gladly!

You got garden tomatoes in NW Ohio, Sass? Damn, I've only recently got little GREEN ones on my plants!

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OK.. have to try it!!! sounds good.

Don't just use dill pickle with peanut butter.. try it with sweet pickles or pickle relish.

For a real treat,

Make a grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich.. after its cooked carefully lift the top(inside is VERY HOT). Add just a tiny bit of pickle relish. The sweet/sour thing with the relish and jelly is quite a treat.
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