Her Nibs suffered another lousy, snotty cold. In her usual spirit, she fought sleep until 1:00 or 2:00 a.m., but at least she let me put her in the crib where she'd remain until 10:30 or so, and she even took a rare two-hour afternoon nap. I didn't like her sleeping so late because I think it perpetuates the late hours. Still, sleep is sleep, and sleep in her crib where she belongs is sheer heaven.
Sometime during the last week of sleep and snot, something happened. Yes, it would have happened sooner or later, but I was still surprised by it.
This sandwich cannot be enjoyed unless you ignore the fat content. If you love PB and you love bacon, this is a truly delightful combination.
Generously slather peanut butter on one or both slices of your favorite bread. I prefer out-of-the-bag squishy white bread or warm toast. The advantage of warm toast is melty-gooey peanut butter.
The bacon should be cooked until crisp and drained thoroughly. I love chewy bacon, but peanut butter is oily enough without adding excessive amounts of bacon fat. Chewy bacon makes the sandwich too greasy.
Layer your bacon on top of the peanut butter, assemble, and enjoy.