The results are in – 22 out of 32 vote creamy peanut butter as the best

Texas/Georgia/Florida: Readers of The Murphy Gazette who are connected to this write on Facebook were surveyed to find out what was their favorite type of peanut butter – crunchy or creamy.

Creamy won hands down with 22 of 32 people who responded leaning that way.

Shannon N. Frederick, Sandy Jarrett, Gabriella Sandler, Sandra Bryant, Breanna Hicks, Jason T. Hobbs, Teresa Tharpe, Tammy Madrid, Sasha Edge, Gayle Sapp, Evelyn Harrison, Stacy Forrest, Mabel Smith, Janice Padgett, Zina Eve, Angela Reaser, Avery Lee Henson, Barbie Huff. Scarlett Latham, Tami McGraw, Sonya Allen, Lyn Phillips, Selena Spires Woodard and Gerry Holland chose creamy.

Top brands were Jif and Peter Pan.

Wendy Arnold, Raymond English, Liz Travis, Linda Paradis, Danny Tillman, Libby Parrish, Erin G. NeSmith, Leanna Noah, Bill Baldwin, and Stephanie Myers voted for crunchy.

Jan Yearty said none – she has never been a peanut butter fan. Elizabeth Hortman loves “Jif – both creamy and crunchy.”

Leslie Queen said, “I love them all.” Michael Bland joked when asked what kind he liked, “Government.”

The survey was conducted on April 2 which has been declared as ‘National Peanut Butter And Jelly Day.’

According to research, the average American will have eaten 2,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the time they graduate from high school.

One of the first recipes for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich came from Good Housekeeping in May 1896, and later in June, in Table Talk. In 1968, The J.M. Smucker Co. launched ‘Goober,’ the first product that contained both peanut butter and jelly.

We salute peanut butter and jelly and the things that this combination brings deliciousness too.

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Author: rlhwrites

Curator of prose and such.

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