Friday, February 25, 2011


Yep, thats right...Peanutrition.

Peanuts are big business here in my home state, Georgia.

Like y'all didn't know that. :o)

My youngest dude participates in 4-H through his school.  He has been learning about Georgia agriculture and specifically peanuts.

Back in November he had to submit a recipe for a sandwich using crunchy peanut butter.

The winners would advance to the district finals.

Well, youngest dude won!!!

This past Tuesday night he competed with 6 other students from the county for the championship
in the category "Most Ingredients" for the Peanutrition competition.

Lo and Behold the boy won first place!!

We are so proud!!!

Indulge me for a few minutes as I share some photos of the evening....

Our little "Iron Chef."

Just in case you're interested, some facts about peanuts....

And now for the winning recipe.

(Published with permission by the youngest dude.)

THE Sandwich

2 pieces of loaf bread
1 tbsp. crunchy peanut butter
1 tbsp. chocolate fudge frosting
1 banana, sliced lengthwise
2 tbsp. butter
2 eggs, beaten
cinnamon and sugar
powdered sugar.

Make THE Sandwich by spreading the peanut butter on one piece of bread and the chocolate frosting on the other.  Place sliced bananas in the middle of the sandwich.  Mix the cinnamon and sugar(to your liking) in the eggs.  Dip sandwich in the egg mixture.  Melt the butter in a small frying pan.  Pan fry the sandwich on each side until golden.  Remove to cool.  When cooled, slice and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Try it, it's a winner out of 300 entries!!

I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.  We have a buzzzy one planned!



Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

Oh yummy! That sounds delicious! You have quite the chef on your hands and he's handsome too! We live in GA too! Misplaced Texans.
Have a great weekend!

Mecky said...

Congratulations to your son!
This sounds pretty good. My son would love this. I wish I had bananas in the house right now!


Anonymous said...

Way to go, Andrew!!! Congratulations on having a terrific recipe. I am sure it is a delicious sandwich.
I just love it when boys start to cook and learn to enjoy being self-sufficient.
Have a great weekend, Ann.

Gracie's Cottage said...

Oh how fun...congrats to Andrew!

Now talk to me about boiled peanuts. Do folks down there really eat them or is it just something the tourists are s'posed to try?
(For the record, we tried them when in GA, and kind-of liked them!)


Anonymous said...

So cool, Ann! And what a yummy sounding sandwich. I think my 'dudes' would really like it too!

lucille said...

Please give Andrew our congrats from Casa Pittard. So proud of him...will have to pass on trying out the recipe though, little too rich for my blood. Hugs to you all. LKP

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Far too cute...please give him my congratulations.(-:

Denise said...

Oh my gosh, that looks SO good. I've never thought to make a pb sandwich like french toast.. Yummy, I'll have to try this :) Congrats to your son too btw.

Angela said...

Can you tell that precious boy to come over here and make me one of those amazing sandwiches..oh my goodness girl, does it ever look yummy...