In a normal world, you know that peanut butter sandwiches are best paired with jelly. You also know that pickles are usually added to cheeseburger meals to make it tastier. The thought of putting peanut butter and pickles chunked together in a sandwich may be upsetting to think of but it’s really happening.
This isn’t one of the sandwiches that are hard and expensive to make. It’s actually as easy as putting a peanut butter on and adding pickles to it.
This tweet that started it all.
A few days ago, The New York Times’ tweet went viral with their feature on peanut butter and pickle sandwich recipe. The recipe, however, wasn’t new for it was originally published back in 2012.
According to The Times, the peanut butter and pickles or PB&P sandwich is a low-key deli circulating around America during the time of the Great Depression.
The author of the post, Dwight Garner, said:
“A lot of people’s grandmothers used to eat them.”
The famous and viral peanut butter and pickles sandwich
Compared to its high profile and classic competitor combination, peanut butter & jelly, the unlikely combination is something not everyone is exactly in favor of.
In fact, netizens have different opinions regarding the recipe and they weren’t afraid to let The New York Times know.
Some people are grossed out by the idea.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 6, 2018
Some, however, believe that peanut butter are good with anything
Peanut mixes with almost everythong (sic). Especially vegetables. Its a Yes 😁👍
— JOHN #FBPE #JoinWithUs #SYRIA (@BloodOnTheSky) April 7, 2018
Nevertheless, whichever side you’re on – may it be with pickles with peanut butter or leave pickles out of it- you’d have to see that there are dozens of new sandwich combination all over the Internet.
As responsible citizens of the Internet, we were taught not to body-shame and gender-shame. How different is it if we shamed one’s choices in food?
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She also supports charities working on the protection of women against violence.
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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles revealed earlier this week that the 31-year old actress donated between $1 million and $5 million from July 2016 to June 2017 fiscal year. After all, Heard had earlier declared that part of the $7 million she got from her divorce settlement with Depp would be donated to CHLA.
“My philanthropic efforts have always been centered around medical care, especially with women and children. Medical care always struck me as a basic human right and necessity. I have been doing this type of work for the last 14 years with children’s hospitals and bringing, hopefully, laughs and alleviation and distraction to kids that are severely ill,” Heard recently said in an interview.
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Aaron Anderson may have been turned down by his crush, Jared. But Erin won’t have any of it.
Erin Anderson is a 22-year-old from Owensboro, Kentucky. She was a man who once approached his crush, 28-year-old computer science student Jared Norris, with a message on Facebook. “While still living as a boy, I messaged Jared on Facebook saying, “Hey, what’s up,” she shared in an interview.
“I knew of him and added him on Facebook because he was cute. But he was having no part of it and didn’t seem interested at all, so I decided not to try anymore with him.” Erin was basically shut down at that point....