Friday, March 4, 2011

The Nutropolitan Museum of Art

monica_dinatale_peanut_museum.jpg In honor of March being National Peanut Month why not visit “The World’s First PB&J Art Exhibit” at the Nutropolitan Museum of Art. For 3 days you can view the PB&J gallery, meet a peanut farmer, make your own PB&J art and get the skinny on nuts. The exhibit is FREE and each family will receive a FREE jar of Peanut Butter & Company peanut butter. Another jar will be donated to the Food Bank of New York in your name just for making a donation.

Lee Zalban, owner of Peanut Butter & Company, conceived the idea to spread the word on the benefits of peanuts. Lee photographed 365 different peanut butter sandwiches for the event. My personal favorite was “All Hail The King”, a peanut butter sandwich with bacon, bananas and honey.The event is being held at Openhouse Gallery at 201 Mulberry Street in New York City Friday 3/4 (10-6), Saturday 3/5 (10-6) and Sunday 3/6 (10-4). For more information go to

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