boiled peanuts

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dreamzpainter
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boiled peanuts - Wed, 03/9/05 8:24 AM
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A southern roadside staple boiled peanuts come salted, hot, cajun and fiery. A must for any roadtrip, Pop the shell and all in your mouth, suck the flavoring from the shell, split it and the meat melts on your tongue.. toss the shells out the window and repeat..

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RE: boiled peanuts - Wed, 03/9/05 9:00 AM
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Just like any roadfood, there are places that are good and some that aren't so.

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RE: boiled peanuts - Wed, 03/9/05 9:42 AM
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The only time I tried boiled peanuts, they were from a c-store, canned and kind of nasty. The roadside ones must be different. Are they boiled in water or oil?

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RE: boiled peanuts - Wed, 03/9/05 9:50 AM
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Boiled peanuts has been discussed many times on this forum. For your convenience, I have attached a thread that contains much discussion. Enjoy

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=416&SearchTerms=boiled,peanuts

Paul E. Smith
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RE: boiled peanuts - Wed, 03/9/05 10:06 AM
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Thanks, Sundancer, that told me everything I needed to know. My favorite peanuts are the tiny Spanish peanuts in the shell sold in New Mexico.