Follies of the Madmen #294



My favorite part is when this fellow puts his clasped hands to his cheek like a maiden about to faint.
Posted By: Paul - Fri Sep 30, 2016
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Food, Stereotypes and Cliches, 1950s





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Oh for the wonders of modern food chemistry! Those partially hydrorgenated vegetable oils blended in keep Skippy fresh for (dare I say it?) years to come without refrigeration. Another benefit, if you can call it that, is that the peanut oil does not separate from the ground peanut solids which requires a vigorous stirring to re-blend it.

I prefer to buy peanut butter made of ground peanuts and salt, according to the label. The stirring is a minor annoyance.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 09/30/16 at 11:09 AM
On a side note, when I was in high school in the 70s, the description was offered to me thusly:
We call her Skippy, 'cause she spreads easy.
Posted by Greg in Baltimore on 10/01/16 at 07:00 PM
Using pure peanut butter is no big deal, although the TV won't tell you, since those folks are getting paid to push the industrial chemicals. I just store it on the shelf upside down. After that, I rotate it as necessary.

Say, maybe we can add "Rotate As Necessary" to our list of potential names for bands.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 10/01/16 at 07:08 PM
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