Peanut Butter & Jerky Tortilla | Junk Food Blog

08 July, 2009

Peanut Butter & Jerky Tortilla

PB&J = Peanut butter & jerkey, originally uploaded by xcdave.

I found this photo on Flickr today, showing someone eating beef jerky with peanut butter, on a flour tortilla...


Fantastic Sandwiches on 9/28/2009 12:21:00 PM said...

I wonder if a tortilla qualifies technically as a sandwich... It has bread, and stuff on top... Yet I'm not sure I ever want to make this :-)

Nice picture though.

Housing Grant on 10/20/2009 03:33:00 PM said...

This looks like a way to ruin perfectly good jerky, which is very expensive these days. I'm not even sure if peanut butter goes with the flavor of tortillas?

huntington beach hookah on 2/05/2010 02:10:00 AM said...

true good jerky is pricy now adays dont know if I would risk it with that tho..and peanut better with tortillas? thats new!

Vegans make me laugh said...

I tried PB on a tortilla-doesn't matter the flavor or type of tortilla, regular old creamy pb and tortilla do NOT go together! If only I didn't try it, now I can never look at pb the same way again...:(

Josh on 2/28/2010 07:34:00 AM said...

Sounds good. I do something similar bacon instead of jerky. Also, for an added bonus, roll it all up and fry the tortilla.

Anonymous said...

YUCK, but then again, it could be good... on 5/26/2010 07:47:00 PM said...

I've eaten stuff like this before. It's basically whatever is in the fridge and cabinet, thats left over. Usually happens to bachor young men. I've eaten a coleslaw potato chip sandwhich.

It was good.

AJ on 8/16/2010 06:04:00 PM said...

Wow, now for some reason that actually looks quite tasty.

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