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Spanish peanuts Fri, 07/8/11 7:00 PM (permalink)
When I was much younger before Sears and Roebuck's became sears, they had a huge store on Central Ave. in Knoxville that has been closed for many years.  I was very young and in the store, they had a very large nut center that served hot nuts of all sorts.  I recall that they offered one particular type of nut that does not seem to be available anymore, at least not in Knoxville.  As I recall, they were call Spanish peanuts and they served them hot.  They had a red skin or hull and had a very unusual taste.
Does anyone recall these type of nuts?
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN 
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