Posts Tagged ‘nuts’

Spiced Pecans – Recipe

I occasionally share food recipes on my radio show. When a caller asked for details about spiced pecans, I got three good ones emailed to me. Here they are: Recipe #1 I heard today radio listener who wanted to know...

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Black Walnut

Juglans nigraBlack Walnut is native to North America and does well in the South in well-drained soil. Few gardeners plant them purposely but many may find one growing on property they purchase or inherit. • More detailed information can be...

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Peanut

Arachis hypogaea Peanuts, sometimes called goober peas, pindars, earth nuts, and ground nuts, are among the richest vegetables for oil content. They grow in a most unique way: When the single-stem, bushy plants are mature, their low-growing branches produce yellow...

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Pecan

Carya illinoensis The Pecan is a member of the Walnut genus but is more closely related to Hickories than Walnuts. Pecans were used by Native Americans at least 8000 years ago in Texas. • More detailed information can be found...

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Black Walnut – Cracking

Q: I have a black walnut tree in my yard that has dropped copious amounts of nuts this fall. Is there an easy way to get the nut meats out of the hard shells? A: There is a small depression...

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Chestnut

Castanea spp. American Chestnut once grew throughout the Northeast, Midwest and Southern mountains. Farmers depended on the nuts to feed their families and livestock and they were a major part of forest animals’ diet. The rot-resistant lumber was used for...

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