"peanut-butter-and-marshmallow sandwiches, vanilla ice-cream and gallon upon gallon of Hoods milk"
The 'Hood Milk Bottle' outside the Children's Museum, Boston
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeThe 'Hood Milk Bottle' outside the Children's Museum, Boston - Credit: The Bostonian Longhorn, Wikimedia Commons

Peanut-butter-and-marshmallow sandwiches are particularly popular in the Northeastern United States, where they are sometimes known as 'fluffernutters'. The name derives from the fact that they are often made with a brand of marshmallow cream known as Marshmallow fluff.

H.P. Hood is an American dairy company, still in existence today, which was founded in Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1846.

A replica of a Hood's milk bottle stands outside the Boston Children's Museum.

'Marshmallow fluff'
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike'Marshmallow fluff' - Credit: Andrew, Flickr