WASHINGTON - "Peanut butter, jelly and a baseball bat."
If that phrase makes sense, then pay attention to this: The purveyors of all cuisine fast, funky and delicious have a new D.C. food truck that's sure to satisfy cravings for viral video-inspired food, Thrillist.com reports.
"Peanut Butter Jelly Time" was founded by the same guys who set up sushi and Pabst haven Sticky Rice, with locations in Baltimore and on H Street, just a few blocks up from their other late-night hub, Dangerously Delicious Pies. The truck slings comfort food sandwiches in a brown paper bag with milk, chips or apples, and a love note from "Mom."
Some of their creations include:
- The Elvis: A hot dog roll filled with peanut butter and half a banana.
- The Meow Meow: A triple-decker Wonderbread sandwich with both almond and peanut butter, sliced almonds, wildflower honey and some Cap'n Crunch.
- The Sticky Icky: Red pepper jelly over wheat bread with prosciutto, bacon, Lay's potato chips and apple slices.
- The Rainbow Bright: This "dessert-wich" holds PB&J rocking peanut butter ice cream and jelly between two graham crackers or two shortbread cookies.
Follow WTOP on Twitter.
(Copyright 2012 by WTOP. All Rights Reserved.)
French universities could say goodbye to this language in class.
Which big cat had some trouble coughing this up? (Photos)
This cutie needs a new home. She's WTOP's Pet of the Week.
Clothes have a starring role at the Cannes Film Festival. (Photos)