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Discussion in 'The OT' started by RobertE, Sep 22, 2009.
So how do you like to eat your Reese's Peanut Butter Cups?
with my mouth....
Not a peanut butter fan, so I don't.
Room Temp on the Peanut Butter Cups.
I love frozen chocolate covered graham crackers.
I like it both ways.
I actually like them better in the fridge rather then the freezer.
I don't eat them. If I am going to break my low glycemic index diet on junk food, it's going to be something much better than peanut butter cups, like maybe a dozen Krispy Kremes.
Mmmmm... Peanut butter cups.... Mmmmmm....
I voted room temp. However, for some reason I think the peanut butter eggs for Easter or the trees for Christmas taste better than the regular cups. I know... it doesn't make sence to me either.
Recently Hersheys, the maker of Peanut Butter Cups, shut down their online store. Now you may ask, why would anyone buy Peanut Butter Cups on line?
My wife is a Reese's Peanut Butter Cups fanatic. Hersheys online store ran "Fresh from the factory" specials on many of their candies, in the case of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, twice a year. I would order four large jars each time for her. When you opened the jar the smell of peanut butter would be overwhelming. The Peanut Butter Cups would still have a slight amount of oil on the top surface.
Truly those were amazing Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and they spoiled my wife for those normally available in the stores.
There is an exception. The holiday pumpkins, eggs, and trees. Right now if your store puts them out the Halloween pumpkins are close to as tasty as the fresh from the factory orders as you can buy unless you live near a factory. In November the trees for Christmas will be fresh. And in February the eggs for Easter will be the same.
We would freeze the large jars so the freshness would remain, then take one jar and put it in the refrigerator so that they would be cold, but thawed.
But Hersheys closing that online store caused much grief in our household.
I love both chocolate and peanut butter, but not together!
No one can believe that, but it is true.
That's what these guys used to think!
This thread is so pointless I just don't know what to say -- so I won't.
There are starving children around the world who would love to have
a bite of a Reeses peanut butter cup, not to mention cat owners who
desperately need to paint their cat.
Mixing peanut butter and chocolate is just wrong. :nono2:
Well it is in the OT forum.
However, I'm not sure how the cat fits in...unless of course it’s just as random and pointless at the temperature we eat our peanut butter cups.
Cold, room temperature, warm.... doesn't matter. I'll eat peanut butter cups any way I can get them.
I REALLY like them in ice cream.
I prefer refrigerated as well...
Mmmm.... Peanut butter cup ice cream... Mmmmmm....
Refrigerated yes, frozen no. Room temperature only if I have to.
Aw, you missed my way, I store them in the refrigerator and eat them straight from there.
For the poll, should I chose "both" as its kind of a combo of them?