Grown Folks PB&J: A Twist on a Classic

Okay I know I said Cabo San Lucas, Mexico would be the next topic on my posting agenda, and it will be, but first I have to tell you about the weather. IT’S BEEN RAINING IN LOS ANGELES. I used to have rainy days all the time while I lived in Oregon and now it’s so rare, that it gets me all excited when the sky is dark and angry. Days like this have become special to me, it warms my heart and I just have to do something to commemorate it. Like make hot chocolate or put on rubber boots and take a walk while all the true Angelenos hide in their homes and wait for the sun to come out again. I like to drink hot tea, or read a book, but my new favorite thing to do is make this delicious sandwich.

4up PBJ

I used to just toast the bread on my peanut butter and jam sandwich and I thought I was really doing something fancy. Then one day I decided to grill the bread with butter in a pan almost like a grilled cheese, then I’d add the peanut butter and jam and I was so impressed with myself. So good, the bread is warm, golden and crunchy then you add the peanut butter and it melts; it’s magical. Lately I have been taking it a few steps further, by grilling the bread in a compound butter consisting of rosemary and thyme. Then I add fresh blueberries that are warmed in the microwave for thirty seconds to the jam side and I add chopped cashews over the peanut butter side. Sometimes while it’s still warming in the skillet I drizzle a little bit of honey over the top. It’s so yummy and comforting and I can’t get enough of this sandwich especially on a rainy day in LA.

Try it out for yourself, tell me what you think.

Signing Out With Love,

kapfanny

 

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