Sometimes you feel like a nut

Peanut butter salty and sweet, creamy or crunchy — shows up in sometimes-surprising ways on these restaurants' menus.

Text by John Rosenthal | Photo editing by Mike Hipple

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Nov 27, 2012 3:01PM
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On a trip to Alaska in 77, we visited with relatives.  At that time, inflation due to the pipeline construction, butter was priced out of sight.  We had breakfast with my cousin, and she made a big platter of flapjacks.  Now, with no butter, what do we use?  On the table was a gallon can of peanut butter.  We applied this to the jacks, with a top off of good old corn syrup.  If you have never tasted this, you have a surprise coming.  Use it to this day instead of butter or margarine. 
Nov 27, 2012 2:22PM
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I'm so disappointed you missed the Goober Burger, the pride of Sedalia, Missouri!
Nov 27, 2012 1:35PM
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There is nothing like those round waffles made into a peanut butter/jelly sandwich.
Nov 27, 2012 12:54PM
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I love p-nut butter-n-amish jelly w/fried eggs-n-halapeno cheese plus ham and horse raddish and mustard on 12 grain toasted bread, mmmm good!
Nov 27, 2012 12:50PM
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As a person who considers Peanut Butter to one of the 7 food groups, I make my grilled cheese on well-buttered Wonder Bread with these layers:  Bread, peanut butter, a thin coat of dark brown sugar and then the cheese to glue it all together!.  (I prefer the less-expensive blocks of discount cheddar cheese to any of those hoity-toity french bries or bleus.)
Nov 27, 2012 12:27PM
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I love peanut butter on my bacon cheese burger...no mayo or mustard, just peanut butter lettuce tomato onion. I found out how good this was at a little place that was known for their peanut butter burger in New Orleans called Yo Mama's
Nov 27, 2012 12:19PM
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Tis the season for peanut butter-cranberry sauce sandwiches (actually I use cranapple sauce, yum).
Nov 27, 2012 12:10PM
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Jalapenos with peanut butter - yummmm!
Nov 27, 2012 11:53AM
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I eat my "BLT's" with peanut butter, bacon and tomato.  NO mayo, sometimes the lettuce too.
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