For those of us aged who cannot seem to remember how it is done.

Step 1: What You Need

2 slices of your favorite bread
2 knives
1 jar of your favorite jelly, jam, or preserves
1 jar of your favorite peanut butter

Step 2: The Jelly Half

     1.) Open up your jar of jelly.
     2.) Using a knife, remove some jelly from the jar and spread onto one side of a slice of bread.  How much jelly you use is up to personal taste.
     3.) Close the jar of jelly.

Step 3: Peanut Butter Half

     1.) Open up your jar of peanut butter.
     2.) Using the second knife, remove some peanut butter from the jar and spread onto one half of the second slice of bread.  Again, the amount used is up to personal taste.
     3.) Close the jar of peanut butter.

Step 4: Sandwiching the Halves

     Aligning your two halves with the peanut butter and jelly sides facing each other, lightly press them together such that they stick.

Step 5: Enjoy

     Eat your sandwich, paying attention to whether you used an amount of peanut butter and jelly that is acceptable to your taste.

Step 6: More Sandwiches, Anyone?

     Using more of the supplies listed in step 1, repeat steps 2-5 as necessary until your hunger is satisfied.
<p>Toast the bread and add bacon to the sandwich.</p>
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