This, who still purchases grape jelly that you have to use something to get it out of the jar? Only exception is locally made stuff like apple butter or apply cherry jelly.one knife for PB and then the squeeze jelly then spread with same knife.
I do. I posted it earlier. I lick it after both are mixed after I have spread my sandwich. This thread is starting to make me feel like a monster.okay, I have to ask, who else uses the knife for Peanut Butter and then goes straight into the jelly? no? Do you lick it first?
Thats the thing about life....people are who people are. Different is not bad, just means that there is room for all the OEM'sI do. I posted it earlier. I lick it after both are mixed after I have spread my sandwich. This thread is starting to make me feel like a monster.
One knife, for the PB, and to cut the sandwich into halves. Everyone knows you either buy jelly in a squeezeable container (and you can use the knife to spread it), or you use a spoon.The other thread had me wondering...
One thing my wife does, that drives me absolutely crazy, is contaminating the peanut butter, with jelly, by only using one knife.
What say you?
Yep! My Mom would have smacked me if I had dirtied more then one piece of silverware just to make a stupid sandwich! And for those who need a spoon for jelly, just how unsteady are your hands?Has to be a Philly thing.... or family thing .... just one more piece to wash ...