PB&J gets a new meaning.

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Here’s looking at ya.

A few weeks ago I shared my newest easy biscuit recipe* along with recommendation to mix up a batch of honey butter to spread on them. My mother requested the recipe and while I was writing it on the card yesterday, I mentioned that they could also be spread with jam and the two halves slammed together for a sandwich. Oh, light bulb!

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When she was in a rehab place on Bainbridge Island for a few weeks following surgery last year, I rode the ferry weekly from Seattle over to visit her and always took along a biscuit and jam sandwich for my lunch. Today I truly gave PB & J a new meaning, made peanut butter biscuits and put some of the gorgeous jam of apricots** made recently in the middle. I can honestly say that it’s my favorite PB & J sandwich ever. The peanut butter doesn’t stick to the roof of the mouth, just melts along with the jam. So good. Try it.

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Bee very happy

*https://mschefinseattle.com/2020/06/13/new-peanut-butter-biscuits-my-recipe/

**https://mschefinseattle.com/2020/07/16/wildflowers-seasonal-jam-of-apricots-with-my-recipe/

(For those who’ve expressed curiosity, my “Bee happy” shots are extreme closeups, not distant shots using a zoom lens. I’m quick in with the camera and out, being allergic to bees. Bumble bees typically object and have chased me away. This bumble bee had a firm grip on that lavender blossom and was so very happy that it didn’t give chase. I said “thank you” as I backed off.)


2 thoughts on “PB&J gets a new meaning.

    1. Thanks. It’s lily season all over my neighborhood, so many colors, so beautiful. I go on walkabouts and take photographs of flowers and shrubs just to revisit their beauty. My guess is that you know exactly what I mean and why I put flower and garden shots in these posts.

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