October 25, 2012 - 1:30am
BY HALEY GOLDBERG
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— NYT Dining & Wine (@nytdining) October 22, 2012
Students snacking on Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches between classes should try a new mix: peanut butter and pickles. According to Dwight Gardner in his article in The New York Times, Peanut Butter and Pickle — also known as PB&P — began being served during the Great Depression. The sandwich, when made with bread-and-butter pickles, is a favorite of Gardner, who says the sweet taste of the pickles adds "a flavor bump; they function like a briny, sophisticated, adult version of jelly."
— The Associated Press (@AP) October 25, 2012
Census data released on Thursday showed that there has been an increase in young adults moving out of state, the Associated Press reported. Specifically, adults ages 25-29 have moved out of their hometowns and college towns to urban areas, such as Washington, D.C. and Denver, to find work in those job markets. Analysts say this shift should continue for a few more years.