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From: "Richard Reed" <>
Subject: Re: [PD-LIFE] Sandwiches and Peanut Butter
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 12:44:12 -0500
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Naw! The Dword stuff would get so hard, even the devil's tongue
wouldn't be able to lick it up. Besides, it 'aint my driveway; it's
Rick's.
Talking about dogs; a former friend once told me that he used to smear
a fingerful of peanutbutter (one word?) on a dog's palate (roof of the
mouth?). He got a huge kick, watching that poor dog try to get at that
peanut butter (two words?).
Richard
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Vondran AT&T" <>
To: "Richard Reed" <>
Cc: "PADUTCH-LIFE-L" <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: [PD-LIFE] Sandwiches and Peanut Butter


> Well, now Richard!!! If you do that, do you know how many birds and
> squirrels you would have all over your driveway!!!!! And dogs love
this
> sort of thing, too. You'd have a real zoo out there.
> And, Rick!!! That really sounds good, but without the walnut
oil...I wonder
> if you could use peanut oil in that instead?
> Lynn
>
> Richard wrote:
> > Rick writes." Next he poured in walnut oil and mixed all of the
> > contents until it was the consistency of creamy PB". You left out
the
> > last part. "And then he used the mixture to fix the cracks in his
> > driveway". }:-)
> > Richard
>
> Rick wrote:
> > > Sounds good! Another one along those lines is PB, banana, and
> > Raisin
> > > sandwich. I ate this a lot when I was in high school in the
early
> > 1980's.
> > >
> > > I forget which show it was, but it was on the Food Network the
other
> > night
> > > and the cook made Cashew Butter. Alton what's his name on "Good
> > Eats". I
> > > forget the amounts he used but he put a bunch of cashews in his
food
> > > processor and ground them up a bit. In the microwave, he heated
up
> > some
> > > honey and poured that in with the cashews. Next he poured in
walnut
> > oil and
> > > mixed all of the contents until it was the consistency of creamy
PB.
> > >
> > > I'm thinking of getting the recipe and trying it.
> > >
> > > Rick
>
> David wrote:
> > > > How about peanut butter, cheese, raisins and honey? That is a
real
> > meal.
>
>


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