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Jam, the British classic. (Any flavour) 7 87.50%
Peanut Butter, that colonial upstart. 1 12.50%
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Lick Food Face-Off #2

Another in our irregular series of classic favourite Food Vs Food.

This time it's that classic teatime buttie. But which is the best
sweet filling .....?


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Neither for me, sorry.

I'd take jam in a scone though (however you pronounce it).
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Jam...

Peanut Butter is better on toast rather than a sandwich, too dry
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Marmalade here
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Peanut butter, I don't often have jam - except in a scone.
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Peanut butter is only acceptable on toast.

Jam thrashes it in any other circumstance.

@Jim, it's pronounced Jam, like in spam, not Jarm, like in Marm.
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Peanut butter is only acceptable on vinyl bumpers.

Jam thrashes it in any other circumstance.

@Jim, it's pronounced Jam, like in spam, not Jarm, like in Marm.
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I meant "scone" as in scown or scon, you muppets!
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It has an e on the end... Soft O... Scone not Sconn
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Do you have an ice cream cone or an ice cream conn :doh:

Adding a S to the front doesn't change the pronunciation
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For those who think PB is dry:
There's a thing called "butter"....
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For those who think PB is dry:
There's a thing called "butter"....
So, peanut butter is no good without......butter.

That's a bit like having to add bread to your garlic bread, isn't it
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Jam...

Peanut Butter is better on toast rather than a sandwich, too dry
Agreed, I do rather like peanut butter on toast, in fact I absolutely hate it on anything else unless it is in a KitKat or Reeses cup

The Amurcans have both. Peeenut butterrr and Jelleeee sandwich!
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So, peanut butter is no good without......butter.

That's a bit like having to add bread to your garlic bread, isn't it

No.

Do you only put Marmite on you bread/toast?
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No, but it isn't called "MarmiteToast", is it?

A butter that requires a butter is the thin end of the wedge, it's the antithesis of "may contain nuts" when the thing that your product totally lacks (and requires) is what you describe it as. It's dehydrated water, the snake oil of spreads. It's the devil incarnate and could mark the UK's slide down the slippery slope of popularist consumerism that will leave us all driving nine litre lady-licence lumps that don't negotiate corners and calling one another "all y-all", mark my words

Peanut 'butter' indeed. Goodness gracious!

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Mackays Scottish strawberry jam on my toast as an overlay to thinly slice cheddar or perhaps thinly spread marmite, or sometimes just as a two sliced buttered jam sandwich?

Like a big dollop too in my Ambrosia rice pud!

Also like Robertsons Silver Shred for a change sometimes. :
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