The New York Times’ cooking section has gone too far this time.
It all started on Friday when NYT posted this recipe on Twitter.
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
Which, for the record, YUCK. Pickles are the worst.
Apparently, I’m not alone in the pickle hate, because the rest of Twitter doesn’t seem to be on board with this nasty sandwich either.
i just called the police. and homeland security.
— mikeijames (@mikeijames) April 6, 2018
— Freddie Campion (@FreddieCampion) April 6, 2018
— Michael Tannenbaum (@iamTannenbaum) April 6, 2018
Jamie just informed me that she eats peanut butter with her pickles pic.twitter.com/TpwMrvDBnH
— sydney (@sydney_amber13) April 6, 2018
This NYT writer even put in his notice.
— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) April 6, 2018
Not everyone was against this sandwich, however. Apparently, it’s a thing in a lot of places.
I have also made this sandwich with jalapeño slices, and it rocks my world. The folk genius of @DwightGarner
— John Schwartz (@jswatz) April 6, 2018
I grew up eating them. Dill pickles only.
— trudy stachowiak (@stackingboxes) April 6, 2018
Peanut mixes with almost everythong. Especially vegetables. Its a Yes 😁👍
— JOHN #FBPE #JoinWithUs #SYRIA (@BloodOnTheSky) April 7, 2018
Say what you will…But peanut butter and pickle on a cracker is my favorite snack! A whole sandwich? Yeah, maybe not! pic.twitter.com/930mJ0sjYU
— Audrey (@audreyfsisson) April 6, 2018
I guess I shouldn’t poo-poo it until I’ve tried it, but that probably won’t be for a very long time. In a post-apocalyptic world where the only things to eat are peanut butter and pickles. But until that time comes:
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