Peanut Butter and… Mayonnaise??
Okay, you know I’m all for Southern food, even the classic cult favorites that feel a little odd or out of place in my kitchen. But a peanut butter & mayonnaise sandwich? We may have taken it too far. I love the polarizing food debates (Coke or Pepsi? Dressing or Stuffing? Is Spam really a food?) , but IMO this one just needs no debate. Decide for yourself with a look at this article from Food52.
Shoes for Your Sister and Grandma
I traveled to Orlando last weekend for my sister’s high school graduation. In a comical turn of events, we discovered that my Mimi was wearing shoes to the grad party almost identical to my sister’s. Could it be that there is a sandal that knows no generational borders? In case you’re interested, I found some similar cute ones here and a loftier, more-refined option here. Oh, and by the way, it turns out my Pops has the same New Balance sneakers as my husband… this was less funny and altogether terrifying to me.


1 (14 ounce) can Eagle Brand Condensed Milk
1 1⁄2 cups cold water
3 1⁄2 ounces instant banana pudding mix
1 pint heavy whipping cream
sliced banana
vanilla wafer
Combine the condensed milk; water and pudding mix in a bowl.
Mix thoroughly and chill in the refrigerator.
Pour heavy whipping cream in a bowl and beat until stiff.
Combine your whipping cream and the pudding mixture together.
Place a layer of Nilla Wafers on the bottom of your dish and then layer your bananas on top of the wafers and then spoon your creamy pudding mixture on top and continue this process until all of your ingredients are gone.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
*Ifyou would like you can always place your banana slices in the creamy pudding mixture if you would like and just spoon on top of the wafers*.