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    Aw, nuts!

    [Cover photo by NimrodCook.] Nuts--snacks and treats.
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    Not your standard toasted nuts; sweet, yet slightly salty, with a flash of smokey fire. Goes great in soups (especially sweet potato or pumpkin) and salads or delicious on their own as a snack or party appetizer.

    Recipe #128373

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a pretty simple recipe made stove top. These are great to bring on a winter snow covered walk to keep warm. Do use an oven mitt to remove the chestnuts from the cookie sheet for they will burn ya!. Use dry, firm chestnuts; very soft and very hard chestnuts might be rotted. An overcooked chestnut is dried out and hard. Cover the chestnuts with a towel to keep them warm while serving. Try a little salt on your chestnuts. If the inner skins do not come off easily, the chestnut is either undercooked or overcooked Be sure to immobilize the chestnut with a dish towel, oven pad, oven mitt, so it will keep the chestnut from rolling when cutting. If you don't score them they will explode in the oven! The inner skin, called the pellicle, can be eaten or removed.

    Recipe #108746

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Mixed nuts with distinct notes of basil and garlic. Quick, easy, and delicious. Originally from Southern Living.

    Recipe #144577

    These are wonderful as a snack, part of a holiday basket, added to salads, as a topping to pumpkin pie or sweet potato casserole. They do get pretty sticky if exposed to moisture, my daughter loves them and calls them "sticky nuts." They are HIGHLY addictive, make a lot!

    Recipe #129459

    A sweet treat for holiday parties or to give as a gift.

    Recipe #107729

    A spicy treat, good for holiday giving.

    Recipe #107629

    These taste like the real smokehouse almonds you buy in the store for a huge price. I made these last Christmas for a bazaar and just found the recipe again. They are good even in the middle of summer. I have also used a combination of mixed nuts and they are still good.

    Recipe #67184

    This is a very tasty and addictive appetizer !

    Recipe #50030

    Sweet and spicy, these ginger infused pecans make a great appetizer, party food, and a great gift too!Toasting the nuts not only crisps them; it also releases their essential oils, bringing out their fullest flavor. Enjoy! Pecans are grown in the South and also in Africa!

    Recipe #55167

    Served at our wedding. A little pre-wedding snack with cocktails. Cashews are the perfect sweet nut for these pungent seasoning.

    Recipe #98184

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A nice treat to have when serving martinis or top your favorite pie, salad or veggie dish with them. Wrap in a air-tight container. Give as a gift. Appetizer or dessert you choose.

    Recipe #77989

    I am a total fruit and nut fanatic. In fact, I have a huge bowl that I make my own combos in. I got kind of bored one day with my "usual", and decided to make my own sugared pecans. Here is what I came up with. ENJOY!

    Recipe #96559

    From the Bangor Daily News Recipe by Chef Roger Gelis of New Moon. Haven't tried this yet but it's on my "recipes to try soon" list! =)

    Recipe #73119

    Good Ole Jack! I found this terrific snack recipe at

    Recipe #75174

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    WOW..these are awesome, but take some watching to not burn them.

    Recipe #106054

    Enjoy these during the holidays or anytime at all. These nuts could easily be put into airtight jars and given as gifts.

    Recipe #168632

    Excellent for a party! The original recipe called for more garlic but, I cut it in half for our personal taste. Peanuts will get hotter the longer they stand. My husband can't get enough of these.

    Recipe #49029

    This is a must at Christmas. I like it because it is crunchy and not sticky.

    Recipe #12539

    This is a Hoilday must in our house!!

    Recipe #12654

    You can double or triple the recipe!

    Recipe #162564

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