Teddie peanut butter is made in Everett, Ma., and is a hometown favorite in the Boston area. It’s a fresh, clean-tasting peanut butter.
The “Old Fashioned” variety, made only from peanuts, isn’t homogenized, so it comes with the oil floating on the top. You can get it salted or unsalted. The oil can be easily stirred in. Alternatively, nuke it for about 30 seconds with the top off, says Karl S, or store it upside-down, and all the oil will sink to the bottom. A great tip from Louis: simply pour the oil off through a strainer, and use it to saute with; it has a high smoke point.
Teddie “Old Fashioned” is carried at Whole Foods, and Cheese Boy suggests looking in Eckerd’s drugstores (which will soon be absorbed by Rite Aid), where he’s seen the homogenized version of Teddie (which is like Skippy or Jif, but with more roasted peanut flavor, he says) for just 99 cents!
Teddie Peanut Butter