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Peanuts! Started them prior to breakfast....

'Bout 6 more hrs. boiling to go!

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Your food always looks so good. Maybe you could teach my wife a few things!!!
I don't think my cooking is anything spectacular. I would love to have a cooking buddy. It's fun to cook with others. Social event as well as a cooking event.

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T-bone steak and eggs w/ sourdough toast. Could have went with scrambled eggs but thought that they would be better served over easy atop a 1-1/2" thick t-bone.
Damn!! That sure is living large. I don't even have T-Bone steaks for dinner.

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I see biscuits and scrambled eggs. Is that hash browns or corned beef hash? What kind of meat do I see? And what's in the bowl?

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Peanuts! Started them prior to breakfast....

'Bout 6 more hrs. boiling to go!
I have never had boiled peanuts. What are they boiling in?
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I don't think my cooking is anything spectacular. I would love to have a cooking buddy. It's fun to cook with others. Social event as well as a cooking event.

Damn!! That sure is living large. I don't even have T-Bone steaks for dinner.

I see biscuits and scrambled eggs. Is that hash browns or corned beef hash? What kind of meat do I see? And what's in the bowl?

I have never had boiled peanuts. What are they boiling in?
Water, with several jars of jalapeños and a can of Tony Chachere seasoning. Takes about 11 hrs to get right.
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Water, with several jars of jalapeños and a can of Tony Chachere seasoning. Takes about 11 hrs to get right.
I have seen "boiled peanuts" in a can in the canned veggie section of our WalMart. I'm curious to try them. How do you eat them?
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I have seen "boiled peanuts" in a can in the canned veggie section of our WalMart. I'm curious to try them. How do you eat them?
Oh, no.
Don't do that....yuck!

I start with raw-green bag at Wal Mart.
Boil them in the shell and eat them from a crock pot on low. I use 4 raw bags and it makes two nice crock loads. One will be frozen in an open food saver bag and vac sealed when solid. Can break them out over a year later and re-heat just like day 1!
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Oh, no.
Don't do that....yuck!

I start with raw-green bag at Wal Mart.
Boil them in the shell and eat them from a crock pot on low. I use 4 raw bags and it makes two nice crock loads. One will be frozen in an open food saver bag and vac sealed when solid. Can break them out over a year later and re-heat just like day 1!
How do you eat them? Peel the shell off? I don't like jalapenos. How else can I flavour them? I'm going to Crock Pot a single bag and see if I like them. I'm always up for trying something new.
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How do you eat them? Peel the shell off? I don't like jalapenos. How else can I flavour them? I'm going to Crock Pot a single bag and see if I like them. I'm always up for trying something new.
Yes, shell remains woody. When done just pinch small end to open seam. Have always wanted to try other seasonings, but if I mess with the product my family will bitch...have to stave them off while cooking!

Is there a pepper flavor you like; cayenne, chipotle? I bet a Caribbean jerk seasoning would be good!
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Yes, shell remains woody. When done just pinch small end to open seam. Have always wanted to try other seasonings, but if I mess with the product my family will bitch...have to stave them off while cooking!

Is there a pepper flavor you like; cayenne, chipotle? I bet a Caribbean jerk seasoning would be good!
Can't I just use salt for starters?
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Can't I just use salt for starters?
I won't tell anyone.
Let me know how that works out. Be patient, I really do boil them all day and frequently top off water.

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I see biscuits and scrambled eggs. Is that hash browns or corned beef hash? What kind of meat do I see? And what's in the bowl?


Hash browns, thick sliced bacon, and fruit cocktail.
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