It's the cookie equivalent of Reese's Pieces, a chocolate-coated cookie with creamy peanut butter smeared on it. Do I have to say more? (N.B. The peanut butter here is smooth and silky, in contrast to the graininess of that of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.) This was in the running for first place — it's a great cookie in its own right but also lends itself to the sacred art of Cookie Deconstruction, the hedonist act of consuming layers of a cookie one by one. Examples include eating the middle out of an Oreo first, or biting off individual layers of Kit Kat.
Peanut butter has been a great friend to me during quarantine, as I imagine it has for many people. Spread on the usual suspects, sure — apples, celery, toast — but also eaten alone, on a plastic takeout spoon while sitting on the couch, staring at a blank Google doc for the second consecutive hour. What did I learn during these long afternoons? A lot about myself. But also that peanut butter tastes good anytime, and on pretty much everything.
Chocolate and peanut butter seem to have a natural affinity for each other. These brownies combine the best attributes of both to create a fudgy peanut butter taste.
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Many years ago, when I was a young mother frequently overcome by seven children under 12, I dreamed of a magic illness that didn’t hurt, wouldn’t cause any long-term problems but would require a short stay in the hospital, where I could get lots of sleep, rest, be waited on and recover with no ill effects.
Well, I did it.
Contrary to all of my promises to myself, I moved again. The last time (just a year ago) I vowed to myself, my children and my friends that I would never move again. (Crossing my fingers and whispering, “Maybe.”) It was a promise I meant to keep. But … a super opportunity landed softly at my feet, and here I am again.
Eric McKay, 15, really, really likes peanut butter. He prefers it with jelly slathered on two English muffins each day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Recently my husband and I stopped in a shop close to St. Stephens for a jar of honey. The man we visited annually, Mr. D.C. Rice, died in June, and after we reminisced with his wife about his love and passion for bees, I wanted to extol the benefits of honey in his honor.
Which came first? The heart or the egg?
Or the tree or the pumpkin?
Or the ghost or the Batman symbol?
Warmer, longer days are made for quality time with friends and family. There's no better way to cap off an afternoon in the sun than a good meal followed by a great dessert. Plan to end your next gathering on a sweet note with these fruity desserts to conclude a day spent with loved ones.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. — Coker College's Enactus team, Carolina Kids and Hartsville High School have formed a partnership to make sure that students, not only in the elementary grades but also in high school, receive nutritional food every day, including on the weekends.
*A legitimate letter from the attorneys representing Justin D. Johnson.
Peanut butter and jelly. Salted caramel. Basil and tomato. There was a time when these deliciously layered flavor combinations didn't exist. Bold snackers of the past reinvented snacking by exploring new flavor combinations that are now common favorites.