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Mar 1, 2007 07:23 AM

peanut butter

i love peanut butter. i like pretty much all nut butters, but i continually return to the holy peanut for its nostalgic awesomeness. i wonder, with the recent plethora of available wholesome choices, what you hounders are digging. i think once again's product is pretty wonderful. but, i think in the end, my favorite is probably arrowhead mills.

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  1. My favorite peanutbutter is from New York & Company peanut butter which is in the village by NYU. You can buy the peanutbutter at D'Ag's.

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    1. re: jackieparis

      This stuff is like crack. In all fairness, though, I have only tried the Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter variety, as opposed to the regular kind (somehow I was able to justify paying such high prices for dessert in a can, but not for my regular peanut butter fix), so I don't know if I can truly consider this peanut butter.

      Which variety/flavor do you buy?

        1. re: Lucia

          Sorry, confused. I was referencing Peanut Butter and Company, rather than New York and Company. I've never seen New York and Company's products, but then again, I live in Philly.

          1. re: Laura D.

            I like the PB and Co. peanut butter too.

      1. I'll admit to being totally pedestrian. I really like chunky Jif.

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        1. re: Den

          Yes. On hot toast with a glass of milk and the glass has been in the freezer. Then the peanut butter starts to kind of melt. Sorry gotta go...

          1. re: Den

            Creamy Jif here, unchowy but there ya have it.

          2. I like Adam's (grew up eating it - why change a good thing)

            1. There was a looonnngg thread on favorite peanut butters in December. Here's a link for more than you probably ever wanted to know about chowhounders' opinions on peanut butter:


              1. PB Loco. Some of their flavors are amazing. The sun-ripened apricot inspired me to write this homage on my blog