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    Another Nutty post

    Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:21 am
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    For me, Christmas, parties and nuts have always been closely related. During the holiday seasons my parents always had a bowl of nuts around, usually with their shells still intact. I followed her example when my kids were growing up. Fighting to break through that protective layer and pick out the bits of sweet meat from inside was something I always loved doing.
    However, I've discovered an even better treat, and one that requires less work: spiced nuts, salty nuts, candied nuts, sweet nuts, the nuts you buy already shelled and you just have to add the favorite seasoning to make them tasty good.
    At every party we go to, there is usually one or two bowls of nuts sitting here and there ready to tempt our taste buds. Over the years I have been experimenting with different ingredients to produce all kinds of fantastic flavors. Glazing the nuts with spices and adding a touch of sweetness, makes this the perfect nibble before dinner with an aperitif.

    Sweet Mixed Nuts
    Sweet and Sassy Mixed Nuts
    Feej's Sweet & Spicy Chipotle Nuts
    Sweet Hot Spiced Nuts

    Spiced Sweet & Salty Nuts
    Sweet and Salty Cinnamon Nuts
    Walt Disney World's Glazed Almonds
    Sweet & Spicy Glazed Pecans
    Microwave Spicy Nuts
    Happy Cooking!
    Mon Dec 31, 2012 5:00 pm Groupie
    Oh, Sage! I can't believe I missed this post until now. I LOVE nuts that have been candied or spiced; both sweet and savory. I'll be checking out some of these recipes. Candied nuts aren't just for holidays, right?! icon_biggrin.gif
    Mon Dec 31, 2012 5:45 pm
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