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  • The Big Jim Sandwich

    The Big Jim Sandwich:

    - Three slices of bread
    - peanut butter or suitable nut butter
    - jelly, jam, honey or suitable sweetener

    Step 1: Make a peanut butter sandwich
    Step 2: Spread peanut butter on top of sandwich
    Step 3: Spread jelly on the remaining slice of bread
    Step 4: Place the jellied slice of bread on top of sandwich

    Inspired by the Big Mac and named for Jimmy Carter who was a peanut farmer.

    Enables you will hike further.
    Leave No Trace! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXO1uY0MvmQ
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  • #2
    I use the same ingredients but have a totally different sandwich prep procedure...

    Step 1: Make a peanut butter & jelly sandwich
    Step 2: Spread peanut butter on top of sandwich
    Step 3: Spread peanut butter on the remaining slice of bread
    Step 4: Place the peanut buttered slice of bread on top of sandwich


    So what inspired the Big Jim? Read about it somewhere or you just really like peanut butter?

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    • #3
      I was a kid watching TV and saw a big mac sandwich. I saw those 2 beef patties and thought I should do that with peanut butter. That was my inspiration.

      A 2 slice sandwich was never enough. It always leaves you hungry.

      It was some time durning Jimmy Carter's presidency.
      Leave No Trace! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXO1uY0MvmQ
      ThereAndBack http://www.hikesafe.com/

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      • #4
        My hking PB&J recipe goes as follows:

        Two (2) slices of Dave's Killer Bread (green label, 21-grain/seed variety)
        Substantial amount of Wegman's Crunchy PB
        Jelly, any kind will do. I don't love jelly so its just a lubricant
        A light drizzle of Mike's Hot Honey
        Sliced banana
        Slightly crushed up Doritos.


        This sammy is a delightful combination of sweet, hot, crunchy, mushy, and cramp-fighting potassium.
        My mind was wandering like the wild geese in the west.

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        • Makwa
          Makwa commented
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          You should be selling those at trailheads in the morning to fund your hiking trips. Kinda like Deadheads used to do.

        • FlyFishingandBeer
          FlyFishingandBeer commented
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          Makwa it was in that exact scenario when I learned to add rosemary to the butter when making grilled cheese sammies. Best $2 I ever spent.
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