James Rao

Published: August 29, 2011 at 4:46 AM

I too am a peanut butter fanatic. In fact, I eat pb&j 75% of the time for lunch at work (please note, I do vary the "j" often, but the "pb" is almost always the creamy version of Smuckers Natural brand, but I digress). Furthermore, almost every protein shake I drink contains a heaping tablespoon of the luxurious spread.

At any rate, I appreciate your review and your enthusiasm for one of the main staples of my diet. Any time you feel an urge to try something peanut butter related, please feel free to share....

Indeed, you have inspired me to run down to the Brick and grab a Fluffernutter (creamy peanut butter w/gobs of marshmallow-fluff on toasted wheat, with bacon if you so choose - and I so choose) later today....

Mike Gallagher

Published: August 29, 2011 at 6:49 AM

Four consecutive LINES (not sentences) in Paragraph 6 above begin with the word "chocolate." Formatting coincidence? Methinks not. :)

Published: August 29, 2011 at 8:08 AM

Peanut butter space food sticks are back and available at Amazon.
Anon Mouse

Published: August 30, 2011 at 7:17 AM

Nothing wrong with stopping by Trader Joe's before going to the park. Many locations in Southern California.

Published: September 1, 2011 at 12:04 AM

I agree about the peanut butter Sandwich, I to was there during the week of August 24 - 28, the heat was much hotter than I believed it was going to be, and I think I got a heat rash. Anyway we purchased some Disneyland treats to bring home with us so didn't eat the sandwich right away. But I have to admit that I cut into mine back at the Hotel, which had been kept in the fridge. It was good but I was kind of disappointed, so I let it sit for a while while I check my email. When I went back to it the chill was gone, the sandwich was at room temperature, and it was awesome. The Peanut Butter and chocolate came alive and ay room temperature was the satisfying treat I was hoping it would be. But now I have to try the cookie, I guess I should say thanks for the info.