“Established in part to support the activities of PDA, the Cabbages and Condoms Restaurants offer a pleasant dining experience in several locations around Thailand. Not only do the restaurants offer excellent food, but they also promote the health and safety aspects of condom use in a fun and amusing manner. All proceeds from the restaurants are used to fund the social development programs of PDA.”
[[Today's kitchen gadget]]
::ONE QUICK NOTE:: A lot of these methods and ingredients are interchangeable. I use whole wheat bread, but you can use white. I use creamy peanut butter, but you can use chunky. I use honey, but you could use jelly. I grill my sandwich, but you could fry the holy hell out of it. (etc. etc. etc. blah blah blah) The whole point is: I just want to give you some basic guidelines. Have fun with your food – if you mess up just laugh it off and start over. No one likes a curly head throwing tantrums over burnt bread. Trust me. I would know.
-First toast the bread just a little bit – if this step is overlooked, then the bread might become too mushy (yes mushy is a very technical term).
-Spread 1/2 tablespoon of peanut butter on each slice of bread
- Cut the banana into slices – however big you so choose (I cut mine about a quarter of an inch thick)
- This would be a good time to turn on your grill. You could also griddle or fry this sandwich, but grilling is the healthiest route (you will find I usually take the healthy route).
-While your heat source is doing it’s thing- drizzle honey over the two slices of peanut butter bread.
-Lastly- Cover both pieces of peanut butter bread completely with the banana slices. If you have any left over banana slices just use them to top off your sandwich, or snack on them while the sandwich is grilling
-TIME TO GRILL!
- It’s hard to give much direction here: just grill/griddle/fry as long as your little heart desires!
Cut and enjoy!
(Questions? feel free to leave me a comment or e-mail me at JennaBlack8@gmail.com )