Serving Up Fluffernutters At Archie McPhee’s Store In Seattle

Upon learning of my vacation plans to the Seattle area, David Wahl, the Director of Awesome for pop culture behemoth Archie McPhee, took no time extending a invitation to me to visit their retail store in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood for a behind-the-scenes tour. I, already a big fan of their offbeat wares, took no time accepting the invitation. As plans firmed up, what started as a tour ended up in us planning a fabulous event where I served the quintessential East coast sandwich treat, Fluffernutters, to their customers. David filmed the event and made the wonderful video where I, in part, give instructions on how to make the perfect Fluffernutter.

For the uninitiated, a Fluffernutter is a sandwich made with Marshmallow Fluff, peanut butter and soft white bread. For years, it was only available on the East coast and now it’s finally made its way to the West coast.

Here are a few photos from the event:

Handerpants are the perfect accessory for serving Fluffernutters.

Some folks from the local neighborhood blog, Wallyhood, paid a visit and sampled the goods.

Shana Iverson, the High Priestess of Rubber Chickens for Archie McPhee, and myself, Rusty Blazenhoff, enjoying our day of Fluff fun.

Little known fact: Archie McPhee’s own cryptozoological wonder, The Wallingford Beast, loves Fluffernutters and Crazy Cat Lady Soap.

I felt right at home surrounded by a bathtub full of Finger Tentacles.

From left to right: Mark Pahlow, Owner of Archie McPhee, Shana Iverson, Rusty Blazenhoff and David Wahl.

Thanks to everyone at Archie Mcphee that made me feel so welcome. The Fluffernutter day was a great success and was most definitely an Endless Geyser of Awesome!

photos by Rusty Blazenhoff, Shana Iverson, and Veek Toastia

See also:
Archie McPhee, A Unique Toy Company In Ballard, Seattle
A Tour Inside Archie McPhee, A Novelty Toy Store In Seattle