Peanut butter is truly one of the foods of champions. You can eat it in a ton of ways, be it cold in a delicious PB&J sandwich or hot in a warm, gooey dessert. Mmm, goo. Sorry, where was I?
If you're a peanut butter connoisseur or at the very least, not allergic to the stuff, then an event at the end of the month could very well be up your alley.
You'll be able to stuff your face with as much peanut butter as your stomach can handle at a pop-up peanut butter fondue bar when it opens for two days only in London.
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The event will be run by experts in all things involving organic nut butter, Whole Earth, to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
"With autumn well and truly upon us, we're bringing winter warmers with a twist," Whole Earth said in their statement announcing the festival. "Nut butter lovers can purchase tickets for themselves and up to three friends to take part in a two hour nut-butter fondue extravaganza."
The peanut butter bar will offer people the full peanut butter experience, featuring both sweet and savoury fondues including original peanut butter and chocolate peanut butter.
They'll also be given recipes for the peanut butter fondues if they want to go home and spend an entire weekend making different meals with the blinds closed and their phone switched off. Their housemate might walk into the kitchen to see a person smothered in the good stuff, unable to get up or even move because they're so full.
You can find this delicious slice of heaven at Perseverance Works in Hackney on 24 and 25 November with tickets costing just £4.99 ($6.50) for 'all the nut fondue you could possibly eat' within 120 minutes. That is presumably quite a lot of peanut butter.
So if you love your peanut butter and fancy testing how much of it you can put inside you in a two-hour time period, you can get tickets for Whole Earth's event from this website here.
Looking at the website, tickets for the pop-up bar are currently sold out but don't fret - Whole Earth will be releasing more tickets for all table times soon. There will also be tickets available on the door.
Meanwhile, if you can't be bothered to go, you can always stir some peanut butter in a pan and make peanut butter fondue of your own at home.
It won't quite have the same effect as being at this immense-sounding event but, hey, at least you'll have peanut butter.
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