So here is the New York Times tweet that went out last Friday that has been getting people on the internet all worked up. There is a straight line for this sandwich idea though.
People are saying they've been eating this concoction for years (which is me!) and others think this is the most horrid thing in the world.
Consider this less a recipe, more of a prod in a direction that you never considered https://t.co/29eYURffPO— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 6, 2018
Here are some reactions to this "new" sandwich. But listen in my opinion there are worse concoctions for sandwiches than this.
Been eating PB & J sandwiches with a pickle for years. It is delicious!!! 😊— Brandy MacYeaple (@BrandyMac79) April 7, 2018
I grew up eating them. Dill pickles only.— trudy stachowiak (@stackingboxes) April 6, 2018
Milwaukee Kosher dill only! My mama says she had her first in 1965. Family staple for us!— Erin Bockoven-Troll (@erinbtroll) April 7, 2018
My dad used to eat peanut butter, pickle, and Miracle Whip sandwiches. 😣😣😣— LisaRedddd (@lisaredddd) April 6, 2018
Damn straight! And for all you haters out there... don't knock it until you try it.— Frank Woodcock Jr (@penumbrafrank) April 8, 2018
Say what you will...But peanut butter and pickle on a cracker is my favorite snack! A whole sandwich? Yeah, maybe not! pic.twitter.com/930mJ0sjYU— Audrey (@audreyfsisson) April 6, 2018
I love pickles so much, but this is a hard pass. I wonder what @yashar would say.— Keith Wiley (@krwlos1) April 7, 2018