Tuesday, February 14, 2006

There's no ham in it...

I like rice. White or brown. Doesn't matter. I'll even eat it plain. I say this because I discovered last night that, as far as vehicles for carrying chunky peanut butter are concerned, rice cakes are no good. I'm not particularly enamored with the very dry crunchiness. It's like spreading peanut butter on crunchy air. Perhaps if I coated both sides of the cake with peanut butter it would be better but at that stage, what's the point. I like peanut butter on toast or graham crackers but the best Jif transmitter is by far apples. Unfortunately, they are complicated too which frustrates me. But if you can get it in your mouth in the right ratio its good stuff. If you're eating an open-face peanut butter sandwich I also suggest chocolate milk on the side.

As a side, plain old butter on graham crackers is also good. Though butter on almost everything is usually excellent.

2 Comments:

At 2/15/2006 8:09 AM , Anonymous Radres said...

That's almost as inane as Pilat posting that Adobe's next step after acquiring Macromedia is to include Flash animations in a .pdf (http://mike.zerosphere.org/weblog/entry/7). Considering that the point of a .pdf file is to render a consistently printable image, importing animations makes no sense whatsoever when there are other formats more suited to the task, like HTML. I don't see animating paper coming to a store near you any time soon.

 
At 2/15/2006 9:11 AM , Blogger Ryan said...

Aww man. Do I have to host comments for Pilat's blog now?

 

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