In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mantequilla de maní femininemantequilla de cacahuete feminine Spainmantequilla de cacahuate feminine Mexicomanteca de maní feminine River Plate
- Ross stood behind the counter, rapidly spreading peanut butter onto a piece of bread.
- I grabbed some peanut butter and spread it on my toast just as my mother walked in the door.
- Others eat them with a slab of cheese on top or slathered with peanut butter or cream cheese.
- He stood at the counter spreading peanut butter on a slice of bread when he felt a tug on his t-shirt.
- Another thing I'll do is cut up an apple or a banana and put peanut butter on it.
- Stewart passed the bacon and Dan spread peanut butter on the toast and put the bacon on top of the toast.
- I also knew a kid whose little brother ate peanut butter, ham and mayonnaise sandwiches.
- Instead I had to settle for a piece of bread with some peanut butter and a glass of water.
- Rocky gave her a weak smile as he spread peanut butter on four slices of white bread.
- These apparently consisted of whole baguettes stuffed one foot high with bacon, peanut butter and strawberry jam.
- We had run out of peanut butter, milk, bread and dog food - all pretty much essential in our house.
- I'd bring by little pieces of bread with peanut butter on them and see if you can become buddies with them.
- An apple with a small helping of peanut butter or even plain popcorn with no butter or salt may fill you up.
- Because peanuts are packed with energy it's best not to overindulge in peanut butter unless you're trying to put on weight.
- Greg came out of the kitchen to greet him, eating a rice cake with peanut butter.
- Beat together peanut butter, honey, sugar and butter until light and fluffy.
- I stared around the marble counter and saw a loaf of bread and some peanut butter.
- I'll whip up some celery and peanut butter, with a tuna sandwich and soup for an entrée.
- The second meal is a quarter loaf of brown bread with peanut butter and margarine.
- I tell my clients that foods such as cheese, peanut butter and meat are great to eat at this time.
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