“Worst sandwich”: the readers of The New York Times criticized a strange recipe
Not everyone is willing to try this sandwich.
In the culinary column of a popular newspaper The New York Times had a strange prescription, which recommended to make a sandwich out of bread, peanut butter and pickles. There’s also stated that this combination tastes better than it looks at first glance, Americans have long eaten these sandwiches.
But not all readers, this “classic” recipe impressed. Twitter users started to post pictures of a sandwich and recipe and add your negative comments. And although most did not approve of the sandwich, there were those who supported the idea. And even made their “additions” to the recipe in the form of spices, herbs or mayonnaise, which, apparently, it was necessary to mix with peanut butter.
Consider this less a recipe, more of a prod in a direction that you never considered https://t.co/29eYURffPO
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 6, 2018
Consider this not so much as a recipe, but rather as a combination of products that you never thought
I’m just going to leave this here. #PeanutButterAndPickles @bubbiespickles @newseasons @cornthins @JacobsenSaltCo Did I get everybody? ? pic.twitter.com/o93qzPWr2o
— Rob Sample (@RobSample) April 8, 2018
(just gonna leave this here)
okay, who’s pregnant? fess up.
— Taylor Maycan (@TaylorMaycan) April 6, 2018
Okay, who’s pregnant?
I’ve been eating this sandwich since I could make my own sandwiches …. more than 50 years ?(my kids all like them too )
Sunshine Notes (@sunshinenotes) April 7, 2018
I eat these sandwiches ever since as she learned to cook. For over 50 years. And my kids love them too.