BTW...love grilled cheese too. Maybe with some Lay's Potato Chips and Campbell's Tomato Soup. I am a traditionalist with Grilled Cheese too Lea...white bread and American cheese. I use real butter when making them too which makes a big difference IMHO.
Over here, 'American' peanut butter is peanut butter with added sugar, sigh...
As for cashewnut butter (or any other celebrity nut), it's actually really easy and cheap to make yourself - if you have a food processor (cuisinart thing?) you just throw in some lightly toasted nuts (they taste better than raw, though raw is better for you, so some of each is good), a little bit of some nice oil, a tiny bit of salt if you like that, and just whizz it until it's gone butter. Keep it in a jar in the fridge, eat it within a month (if you can make it last a week you've got serious control). Back when I was on a very strict diet and nut butter (not PB) was one of the few things I could eat, I was getting through a load of it - almond/cashew/brazil was my favourite blend. Buy a big bag of organic nuts, keep 'em in the freezer and take out as much as you need at a time, so they stay fresh. Much cheaper, less jars to recycle .
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For me its PB&M&B....smooth peanut butter on one slice of white bread, real mayo on one slice of white bread, cut up banana and place on peanut butter slice, assemble by putting mayo slice on top of banana...eat.
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