I really really liked this jerky. Butter coffee is a great way to start your day. So my question is why is the butter incorporated only after the dough is fully formed? I do love me some jerky, though. God I need some breadsticks and a stick of butter right now. We all have fond childhood memories of peanut butter and jelly, grilled cheese, and lunchbox favorites like tuna salad and ham and cheese. I can’t NOT stuff jerky into my mouth. I asked her secret and she said she always buttered the bread first. So f-ing gross. Even if those parts just took 5 minutes each time and you make a batch of 12 sandwiches then you’ve saved yourself an hour. You can make a sandwich with them and pop them in the freezer so you have less waste. Will be adding butter to the next sandwich I eat though.. I’ve always eaten those little hard breadsticks and saltines with butter. @Sophia: Italian sandwiches with butter and salami are awesome. No – I’ve had jerk chicken that made my eyes water before. DO NOT use melted margarine or butter. I always pass by it, and NEVER BUY IT. I do however put either hot sauce, salsa, or avocado on tons of stuff I eat. The meat was cured and had a flavor sort of like a Slim Jim but milder. Clark, of Leiths, says it's "ridiculously easy" to make your own peanut butter: put roasted peanuts in a food processor until the contents resemble peanut butter. Not what this world needs. This jerky was really flavorful, soft, and easy to eat. The flavor of this definitely leaned more Jamaican – I could taste the all spice and the garlic flavor. Ham, cheese, lettuce tomato BUTTER mayo and pumpernickel bread? I almost always put butter on cold sandwiches. There’s 2 bags. I don’t mind butter on unheated rolls but not on plain ‘ole lunch sandwiches. I know if I buy JIF, I’ll end up sitting on the sofa with a spoon and half a jar left wondering what just happened. I’ve heard people say ‘well making sandwiches is hardly difficult, why not just make them as you go’. [CDATA[ We freeze our bread every week, make sure you do it as soon as you buy it though. Americans don’t use butter on sandwiches, and I honestly find the idea revolting. I grew up eating old fashioned peanut butter (the oily salty kind) with cold butter as well as salami & cheese, and cold Swedish meatball sandwiches with cold butter & ketchup. Many years after she stopped making my sandwiches, I asked her why. Apostasy. I attribute that to where I live and being part hispanic. So I batch made about ten turkey sandwiches. Sigh. Not so much. No butter on a cold sandwich or in any sandwich. In a lot of ways, I thought I was also tasting Vietnamese beef pho soup – good onion and beef-y flavor. Both my kids get their meals provided at school/nursery at the moment so I forgot all about freezing sandwiches (despite taking my own lunches to work, that’s motherhood for you, forgetting about yourself). The other stuff I put on the cold sandwiches was slimy enough (eg, mayonnaise, peanut butter, cheese, tuna salad, etc) I wear a 30-ounce 1911 24/7 to protect myself and others around me. I don’t mean to insult the great culinary tradition of the British, but that sounds gross as hell. Nice. However, as a young adult working in Michigan, an older woman brought in simple turkey and cheese sandwiches that tasted special somehow. Dried, cured, salted meat with added smoke/spice/flavor? I’ll pick mayo or cheese over butter. The only thing I put butter on is toast or bread by itself. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. But as a jerky, this was really tasty. 1 small sample and 1 big. The week looms ahead and you have a lot on your plate. A swipe of butter on each slice of bread and a thorough dusting of sugar, and the sandwich was almost ready for eating. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Sandwiches are a simple, delicious comfort food at their core, even if you dress them up with fancy toppings and expensive meats. Are my eyes going bad? //