Dixie Peach: How to floo-floo

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Monday, September 26, 2005

How to floo-floo

Holley may not have invented the floo-floo but she christened it.

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Not my customary puffy white Sunbeam bread but this sandwich needs at least one thing that Dr. Weil would approve of.

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Peanut butter on the lefthand slice of bread. Normally I wouldn't consider floo-flooing with crunchy style but I'm lucky to even find peanut butter over here in the Land of Nutella.

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Mayonnaise on the righthand slice of bread. Don't even think of trashing up your floo-floo with anything but Hellmann's. Kind thanks to Sally for sending me this particular bottle.

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It's the banana that makes it a floo-floo. Else you got you a Nutternaise.

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C'mon. You know you want a bite.


Anonymous kara said...

i'm frightened by the addition of mayonaisse to such a tasty sammich.
although i'll try anything once, so i may have to give that a go...

1:49 AM  
Blogger Holley said...

Yeah, I winced at first sight of the mayonnaise, but that might actually be good. Guess what I'm making for lunch tomorrow?

6:53 AM  
Blogger Miz said...

Ya lost me at the mayo. But since I like cottage cheese on my mashed potatoes, who am I to judge?

9:34 AM  
Blogger Kirsti said...

Mayo and bananas? I remain to be convinced ... but it's certainly worth a try.

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Mollie said...

I can't stand Mayo so you lost me after the peanut butter! You know I love Nutella, though!

9:59 PM  
Blogger Marybeth said...

Oh, dear heavens. Why did you put mayo on that sammich??? Peanut butter and banana...Yes. Peanut butter, banana and mayo...oh, dear heavens.

5:12 PM  
Blogger still life said...

Dixie, you are grossing me out... why would you put mayonnaise on that sandwich? Haven't you ever heard of a fluffernutter? Peanut butter, marshmallow and a sliced bananas... now that's a sandwich.

2:16 AM  

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