It’s baking season! While some people jump at the opportunity to whip up cakes, pastries and confections, for other at-home cooks the thought of baking brings a sense of dread. But you don’t have to be a professional baker or use specialized equipment to make beautiful and delicious food from the oven.
This summer is like no other that we’ve experienced before. The pandemic has impacted so many aspects of our lives, including our ability, or inability, to take family vacations. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use your creativity to have the BEST family staycation ever!
If a road trip across the South isn't on your agenda this year, no worry! Here's our tips for making boiled peanuts at home.
If you’re hosting company for the holidays, make a festive meal that’s sure to please a crowd. This holiday menu is specifically designed for peanut butter lovers. Whether served with breakfast, lunch or dinner, peanut butter is a versatile ingredient that elevates any recipe by complementing sweet & savory dishes while also offering 8 grams of protein per serving.
Halloween is just around the corner which means it’s time for you to start thinking about how you’re going to celebrate! Here are three fun and easy activities PB lovers can do this Halloween.
I cannot remember a time when I didn’t love a peanut butter sandwich. Some of my earliest food memories involve making my own peanut butter and chocolate sprinkle sandwich after school. (Warm it for 10 seconds in the microwave – trust me on this.) These days, I’m still a big-time peanut butter sandwich lover and usually enjoy my PB with fresh sliced bananas, or even savory with some pickled vegetables, torn basil and a sprinkle of sriracha. But there’s really nothing more nostalgic and tastier to me than a peanut butter sandwich made with homemade jam or jelly.
When or why Southerners started boiling peanuts no one knows exactly. But good ideas have a way of spreading and, today, Southerners know how great boiled peanuts are. Not only are boiled peanuts called “the caviar of the South,” but they are also the official state snack of South Carolina. From Labor Day on into the holiday season, boiled peanuts are abundantly available at roadside stands, gas stations, ball games, festivals, and anywhere else people gather for fun.
With the kids out of school and a limited budget, you’re probably thinking about how to entertain the family this summer. Put on the sunscreen and check out some home-based and budget-friendly ideas you can do in your own backyard:
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