Started my day out with a peanut butter and jam (plum jam) sandwich. I knew it was going to be a good day for at least one of the dogs because I was scraping the bottom of the jar to get enough PB to finish my sandwich. This means that before that plastic jar hits the recycling box it gets thrown outside and the fastest dog gets to lick it clean.
Magnet (Adams dog) is normally the fastest and true to form she won the prize. However, Magnet is a more dainty dog and she finished what she wanted fairly quickly. That's okay, because big bruiser Jr. (my dog) is more than happy to finish the job. It's not easy for a large-sized dog to shove her snout into a 28 oz. jar of creamy peanut butter, and lick it clean but she did it!
Some Fun Facts from Jif website http://www.jif.com/home.asp
- Peanut butter was first introduced to the general public at the 1904 World's Fair.
- We began marketing Creamy Jif in 1958. Extra Crunchy Jif made its debut in 1974.
- The name 'Jif' was chosen because it was easy to say, spell and remember.
- People in the U.S. eat, on average, 7 pounds of peanuts and peanut products per person, per year.
- 270 million pounds of Jif are consumed in the U.S. each year. That's enough to make 2 billion peanut butter sandwiches, or to spread a football field with a layer 55 feet thick! (Now, there's a thought that'll stick to the roof of your mouth!)
- There are about 1,218 peanuts in a 28-ounce jar of Jif. The Jif plant in Lexington, Kentucky is the largest peanut butter producing facility in the world.
Peanut Butter reminds me of fall, back to school, football. Here is an invite that I did recently for a chic August wedding. It would also work well for an autumn wedding. It's a very rich looking shimmery bronze color with a wide brown satin ribbon. Very Pretty!