Peanut butter is a staple that is usually in most people's cupboard especially if they have children. Did you know by time a child graduates from high school, he would have consumed 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before he graduates from high school?
The book "Creamy & Crunchy" by Jon Krampner contains a lot of information about peanut butter that you probably don't know.
Krampner writes in “Creamy & Crunchy,” about the popularity of peanut butter. He shares with his readers how peanut butter is eaten in other countries. For examples, Krampner says:
- Canadians eat peanut butter for breakfast.
- Haitians call peanut butter mamba and buy it freshly pulverized from street vendors.
- Peanut butter is popular in the Netherlands, where it is known as pindakaas, or peanut cheese.
- Peanut butter is also found in the Saudi Arabian diet.
Even so, Krampner’s calls peanut butter an “all-American food.”
Visit the "Creamy & Crunchy" website to learn more about peanut butter and to read an excerpt from the book. You will also find information about the author and his appearances.
On the website you may take the peanut butter quiz, comment on the blog and of course, purchase the book for yourself or to give to a friend who is a peanut butter lover.
Remember to visit the "Creamy & Crunchy" website.