When Food Network star Ina Garten bantered on national TV with CNN’s Anderson Cooper about their rediscovered love of the PB&J last December, it was no surprise to me that the classic all-American peanut butter sandwich had risen back to the top of our collective food conscious – not only filling our bellies, but soothing our souls during trying times. And that’s what’s special about the work I do for America’s peanut farmers at the National Peanut Board (NPB).
The history of how peanut butter met jelly is a little fuzzy, but one thing is for certain – they were meant to be together.
It’s cookie swap season, but due to the pandemic, you might want to keep the in-person “swapping” to a minimum. Don’t worry, because we’ve got you covered. Here’s some ideas to help maintain social distancing while still keeping up with the baking tradition.
Stocking up on peanut butter encouraged many people to come up with cool and crazy innovations that went viral on social media this year. Here are some of the most popular peanut butter hacks we saw in 2020 that you might try for fun, or to get you through the winter months.
One year after transitioning from the “Choosy Moms Choose Jif” consumer marketing campaign to “That Jif’ing Good”, The J.M. Smucker Company’s Jif brand has been hard at work making sure shelves are stocked and giving consumers even more ways to love and use peanut butter with the launch of two new products.
While America’s food preferences have often proven popular with other countries, peanut butter has more frequently been viewed as an exception that doesn’t appeal to most outside of the North American content. That is until recently when peanut butter suddenly overtook jam sales in the United Kingdom.
More Americans than ever are interested in eating plant-based foods high in protein. You may be surprised to learn that there’s a lot of protein hiding in your pantry. To include more plant-based protein foods in your meals, consider the following items we have shared with you.
It’s baking season! While some people jump at the opportunity to whip up cakes, pastries and confections, for other at-home cooks the thought of baking brings a sense of dread. But you don’t have to be a professional baker or use specialized equipment to make beautiful and delicious food from the oven.
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