Then remove hand from the door handle leaving the pantry door open and look for the peanut butter. Once the peanut butter has been found reach your arm out and grasp the peanut butter jar in your hand. Then lift and pull it out of the pantry. Keeping the jar in one hand place the other hand on the door and firmly press it shut. Take your hand off the door, while still holding the peanut butter, and return to the counter where you previously placed the plate.
Open your bag of bread and take out two slices. The next thing you do is get a knife out of your drawer and get your stick of butter. Use the knife to cut thin piece of butter off and smooth the butter on each piece of bread on one side only. Just so the bread doesn’t stick to the skillet, you should also cut a little butter off of the stick and lay it in the skillet. Now you can cut a very thin slice of cheese and place it between the unbuttered sides of the bread or unwrap your pre-sliced cheese and place it instead.
The Art of Making a Killer Peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich The peanut butter and jelly, a.k.a. PB&J, sandwich is an essential part of the American daily routine. The process of creating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich requires a highly skilled person who is competent in distributing the butter and jelly evenly to maximize the visual and the taste of the sandwich. However, if the butter and jelly are not applied perfectly on the bread, they will leak at the first bite, which then leads the entire sandwich to be thrown away in the garbage for its worthlessness. All it takes is a few simple steps, along with some precautions, and then you are good to go.
My Speech: The Great Wonders of Peanut Butter and Jelly You all know how to make a peanut and butter sandwich…I hope. For those of you, please don’t embarrass yourself and raise your hand, who are deprived of this great ability, let me explain the process. 1. The materials needed include: Peanut Butter, Jelly (hence the title of the meal), two slices of bread, and two knives. (Some people think that using one knife will be more beneficent…but really, then you waist water trying to clean if off in between uses.
I would always be the one sent to go shopping for ingredients if I wanted to eat the baked goods. In the end, it was always worth it because the fun part was baking. I would be instructed to mix flour, baking soda, and salt in a bowl while my Grandpa would combine butter, sugar, vanilla extract, and eggs into another bowl. Now came the easy part. I would always take the pleasure to mix my bowl into the bowl that my Grandpa had prepared, watching as golden brown dough would start to appear before my eyes.
Once you have all ingredients arranged you can begin to focus on the next step which is preparing your cheesecake. To prepare the cheesecake you must first preheat the oven to 350 F. While the oven is heating, mix the graham cracker crumbs, margarine, and ¼ cup of sugar. Press the mixture firmly onto the bottom and sides of a 2 ½ inch pan for your crust and set aside. After your crust is complete, you can begin beating the cream cheese and remaining 1 cup of sugar into a large bowl using an electric mixer on medium speed. Once the mix is well blended add the sour cream, vanilla, and eggs one at a time.
4 eggs are broken into the bowl. Then a half liter of milk is progressively added as the dough is mixed with a whip, and the sugar containing vanilla is added. The dough is left to rest. Crêpes are then formed in the same way as pancakes. When the frying pan is warmed, a half ladle of dough is poured on it.
Materials: 1) Beakers 2) Water 3) Plastic wrap 4) Rubber band 5) Light corn syrup 6) Vinegar 7) 2 raw egg (large) 8) 2 graduated cylinder (100ml, 50ml) 9) Marker for labeling cup 10) Tri Beam scale Procedure: 1) Measure 130ml of vinegar into the beaker. 2) Gently place the egg into the vinegar. Make sure the egg is completely covered by the vinegar. 3) Weigh all of the items o the scale 4) Cover the beaker with plastic and secure it with a rubber band. 5) Label the beaker with your name and period.
He opened every suitcase and door looking in every nook and cranny just so he could finish making his sandwich. About another ten minutes later he found the knives in a black book bag and the peanut butter in the very back of the bottom shelf of the dirty pantry. He felt relieved knowing this long process to make a simple peanut butter sandwich was almost over. Though just as he heard the cap of the peanut butter jar collapse onto the ground after unscrewing it he realized he had spoken to soon. Before he knew it both him and all of the