Before I get started on how to make the popular peanut butter and jelly sandwich, I have to explain how a movie got me on the topic.
Hubby brought home this movie. It was okay, but I fell asleep during it and didn’t really care to watch it another time. It time-jumped and was annoying and confusing. So anyway, the reason for the movie, there was a scene when the guy, Peter, comes home after a terrible job interview and his girlfriend offers to make him a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. He in turn gets upset and flies off the handle, cursing and belittling her because she is making it wrong.
He rudely tells her how to make it. While yelling at her he spread the peanut butter on first, wiped it off on the other slice, then add the jelly with the same knive. NO WAY…cross contamination of peanut butter in the jelly.
I turned to my hubby and said they are both wrong. We then proceeded to have a lengthy conversation about the proper way to make a sandwich. He was in favor of two knives.
I told hubby he was WRONG and offered him a better method saving a utensil.
I spread the jelly first
Then was it off under
Next, I spread the peanut butter
Then I have only one knife to clean and I don’t have to worry about cross contamination. I need to know if I make son a sunflower and jelly sandwich for daycare, there will be no risk of peanut butter in the jelly and make those kids with allergies at risk.
How do you make your peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?
Cleaning Schedule This week
- Thursday 31st
dust all furniture, catch up/declutter
- Friday 1st
charge car generator, vacuum living areas, wipe down bathroom
- Saturday 2nd
door knobs and light switches
- Sunday 3rd
wipe down bathroom, organize and declutter
- Monday 4th
change sheets and towels, clean windows and blinds (HATE cleaning the windows…have to do it though)
- Tuesday 5th
clean bathroom, wipe down table and chairs
- Wednesday 6th vacuum bedrooms, clean out food cabinet (will save for Friday after I go shopping)