Happy Peanut Butter Lovers Month!

Has the cold weather settled in where you are or are you still enjoying plenty of sunshine and warm temps? Out here in Boise, we are definitely cooling off. No snow in the valley just yet but plenty in the mountains. 

My oldest boy sent pics of the grandkids on Halloween and there was definitely snow on the ground in northern Michigan. They still went trick or treating of course because, well, it’s Michigan and that’s what you do.

So weird, Michigan gets free candy but apparently, here in Idaho, we give out something else for free. 
MARIJUANA! Not even kidding.
You can read all about it here.

We had a little bit of Halloween excitement on the home front but that’s for another post. Let me just say this, neighbors, ya’ can’t live with ’em, ya’ can’t punch ’em in the face…
Or can you??

In the “did you know” category of life…
I didn’t know this but I am definitely a peanut butter lover. 
I always choose Jif! 

Click here for a short – very short – read on all things peanut butter lover month. Including a brief history of peanut butter. Did you know that peanuts aren’t even nuts??? They’re legumes. Who knew?

Are you a peanut butter lover?? 
My favorite cookies are peanut butter. 
Peanut butter chicken is my favorite Chinese dish.
A guilty pleasure? Peanut butter, banana, and mayo sandwiches.
Do you have any peanut butter favorites?
What’s everybody’s November looking like? Can you believe we’re 2 months away from 2018?? 
Still bummed we’re not living like the Jetsons.. Just sayin’.

What are your plans for the upcoming holidays or is it too soon?
I think we’re having a low key Thanksgiving but a very social Christmas.
Welcome, November… The month of thankfulness.
What are you thankful for today?
Today and every day, I am thankful for my children and grandchildren. 

11 thoughts on “Happy Peanut Butter Lovers Month!

  1. Hahahahaha. Yes there were but not for me or mine.. Crazy neighbors..
    I only use chunky in cookies. I don't like chunky things or seeds or grainy things in my bread and/or on my sandwiches. 🙂


  2. I love peanut butter. But it’s not an obsession here in Australia like in the USA
    We are supposed to be getting warm, due to the fact it’s spring here, but I had to light the fire a few days ago.
    Crazy weather


  3. I don't know my neighbors well enough to want to punch them, except maybe because of their dogs.
    Natural peanut butter for me, no fake stuff with added fats and God knows what else. Yep, peanut butter, bananas, and Miracle Whip sandwiches for me.
    The weather is settling into autumn chilly and dying leaves. 🙂


  4. I want to hear about the drama with the neighbors. Well you knew I would.

    Hubby loves, loves, loves peanut butter. He can eat it right out of the jar and he does. After he eats a pound of peanut butter the next morning he weighs five pounds heavier. He doesn't get that.

    We're doing low key on all the holidays. It's just us and that's good. We plan a delicious meal and then enjoy each others company.

    Have a fabulous day, Karen. ♥


  5. Peanut butter is a must have at all times in my house. 🙂 Maybe I should move to Australia. I'm sure I would shed all of my peanut butter pounds. 🙂 – Oh. Enjoy your spring. We haven't turned out heat on yet but it's just around the corner I'm certain of that.


  6. Hahahahaha. Everyday I'm getting to know a little bit more about mine and it makes me want to stay indoors! I like natural peanut butter too but Jif is my favorite and whatever they put in it is fine by me! – I can't believe I've found another peanut butter, banana and mayo/Miracle Whip sandwich maker! 🙂


  7. Omgosh. You'll laugh Sandee. – Oh, I can and many times do, eat it straight from the jar! Especially if I'm having a crappy day. Some people reach for alcohol or ice cream, for me it's the peanut butter jar. 🙂 – Your holidays – YOUR LIFE – sound absolutely heavenly.. I'm so happy you have that life. It makes me smile. 🙂


  8. I could eat an entire bag of Reese’s peanut butter chips….I buy them for baking but I eat them by the handful. What happened with your neighbour?



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