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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Mtns2Skies, Jan 13, 2021.
PB&J over a layer of fluffy marshmallow ...
In-flight snacks are a must
I don't eat in the airplane. Or the car, for that matter.
Did someone say snacks?
When I was time building I brought PB&J in tortilla wraps. Doesn’t get soggy like bread.
I certainly hope there’s bacon on that sammich.....
Why didn’t you trim the crust?
I feel sticky just looking at that picture.
Suddenly I have a craving for an ice cold glass of milk...
That's the strangest looking $100 hamburger I've ever seen.
I thought only ham sandwiches were valid for IFR navigation.
PBJ is approved for VFR over the top.
As I have posted here once before, DO NOT attempt to apply compressed cheese in a can onto a cracker at 11,000 feet.
That resulted in many hours of cleaning congealed orange poo from an instrument panel. Ewwww.
What does the hazmat label for that look like?
You could have stopped there. No need for the qualifier.
A PBJ and a chocolate milk, now that's livin'
Because he is not a kid and the crust is the best part. Heels are even better.
Heels are best saved to the end of the loaf, then toasted, and then covered with peanut butter!
EDIT: Or sometimes I won't toast them. I put butter on the heel and THEN peanut butter. Cardiac sandwich? Yeah, but oh so good!
That pic just makes me happy.
@Mtns2Skies , just one question...is there an approved method to clean the PBJ fingerprints off the touchscreen 275s?
Inquiring minds are anxious to know.
My go to snacks are slim jim's/beef jerky and snicker bars..
Isn't a Diet Coke and a Snickers bar from the FBO vending machine the official pilot's lunch?
The Snicker's bar is desert. Main course is a package of peanut butter crackers.
On long motorcycle trips I can travel almost indefinitely on slim jims, fig newtons, and gatorade.
 Sometimes I pop for the Slim Jims dual sticks, get a bite of meat and cheese in every bite. Depending of course on your definition of meat and cheese.
On the rare occasion I do a red eye, a PB&J and a cup of coffee is a great pick me up.
Once in a while you should splurge on an RC cola and a Moonpie.
Eating a Moonpie is like eating a down pillow. Waaaay to dry for my taste....
That's why you accompany it with an RC cola.
If you insist on drinking Pepsi, though, you're supposed to pour a bag of Planters peanuts into it.
When I was doing initial training, the flying club maintained a stocked 'honor system' fridge in the office. Even today (20 years later), every time I have a Grandma's Chocolate Chip Cookie, I crave a Mt. Dew and flashback to post-flight debrief with my CFI.
He had to rebuild the plane. Budget is tight. Hehehe.
Coffee and whatever scary pre-packaged pastry is in the machine, before noon. Then Snickers and Diet Coke in the PM.