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Postby K-mac » Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:44 pm

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Postby Whitebear » Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:50 pm

Wheres the raw peanuts comin from this time of year? May be time to order some.
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Postby Monkeydust » Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:23 pm

Tried dales seasoning this weekend.Pretty good.

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Postby C1gator » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:19 pm

For some reason the p-nut crop is late in my area.....As far as recipes and cooking them, I have tried a guber bout any way a cracker can try em....My favorite way is to cook them in an old black kettle or pot. I have an old pot that goes to my old fish cooker, and I slow cook them outside over an oak fire...I don't do them all like that, just mainly when I have the time. Something different to try, Get pack of meatloaf seasoning and mix that with your salt and whatever seasoning you choose and boil them down.....

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Postby Olf Art » Tue Aug 11, 2009 3:34 pm

C1, I'm kinda like that too .... I've never met a goober, tater, or bean I didn't like. Some are
better than others, but they're all OK by me.

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that pintos, collards, cornbread, and sweet tea weren't the four major food groups. :)
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Postby Whitebear » Tue Aug 11, 2009 4:53 pm

You got that right Ken !
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Ford Power » Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:26 pm

there is 2 places north of ocala, waldron and silar. they are the king pins of the green pnut market, if ya get them in a grocery store they probally come from one of them. when cooking pnuts boil till they're tender then soak. longer the better.

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Postby Olf Art » Tue Mar 23, 2010 6:19 pm

Waldron there at Citra has always been fair with me, and their peanuts are usually clean and good quality.

Man, I'm gettin' hungry for a pot! I agree, Ford. Ya gotta let em soak after to get the best flavor.
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Postby ffcracker » Fri Dec 10, 2010 5:04 pm

Always had good leuck with Waldron, go see Russ he is also a brother airboater.
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Postby Olf Art » Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:06 pm

Got a pot on the stove right now. The price of peanut butter has jumped bigtime in the last couple of weeks. Anybody know what wholesale is on 'em right now?
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Olf Art » Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:21 pm

Hey y'all .... just found something you might like. In the produce section over at Publics they have some two pound bags of boiled peanuts from a company that calls themselves Hardy Farms. They're in a green bag, and I think they're pretty good to be so handy. If you're wanting to boil up a few for the Nascar on Sunday, or to take to the camp, they're not bad ...... clean and decent size, and they're American grown.
I boiled up a pot for about an hour additional this morning (I like em tender) with a little more salt and a little Cholula and they're not bad at all. The bag says they're made from green peanuts too, and I think that's probably right. :thumbleft:
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby dudley » Fri Apr 08, 2016 9:40 pm

Ken, I've been ordering from Hardy farms for about 5 years now. I get 20 pounds every year. They are dug, washed and shipped to me. Man you know that I know about peanuts. lol
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Postby Olf Art » Sat Apr 09, 2016 4:32 am

dudley wrote:Ken, I've been ordering from Hardy farms for about 5 years now. I get 20 pounds every year. They are dug, washed and shipped to me. Man you know that I know about peanuts. lol

Hugh, I was really impressed with them ...... they'd be pricey if you wanted to boil them up to sell, but the quality of the bags we bought was real good. A two pound bag can be ready in a jiffy, and it's a nice batch for most occasions. I'm gonna try a bag in the crock pot next. :)
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Slinging D » Sat Apr 09, 2016 8:48 am

Waldron or Silers sells bushels of peanuts just add 2 boxes of salt cook and let sit about an hour, bag'em and freeze.

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Postby hirise » Sat Apr 09, 2016 2:15 pm

I get my green peanuts from Williston peanut company in Williston , fl.
They are located on us 41 just south of Williston
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Postby Olf Art » Sat Apr 09, 2016 3:51 pm

dudley wrote:Ken, I've been ordering from Hardy farms for about 5 years now. I get 20 pounds every year. They are dug, washed and shipped to me. Man you know that I know about peanuts. lol

Dudley, thanks for the phone call this morning. Do you add any other seasoning when you boil em up?
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby dudley » Sat Apr 09, 2016 7:26 pm

No just lots of salt.
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Olf Art » Mon May 02, 2016 2:25 pm

The last batch I tried of those Hardy Farms peanuts I did 'em in the crock pot ..... all night on 'low' and a lot more salt like Dudley said. Perfect. :thumbleft:
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Big Casino » Mon May 02, 2016 3:43 pm

I like to get mine here locally when fresh dug, before they've had a chance to dry completely. Buy them right of the farm cart or already cleaned. Got spoiled when we lived up in Chipley, my neighbor would let us know when he'd be turning the first row alongside our pasture, and would let the families in the area have at it.

My favorite recipe is simple.... SALT, fresh garlic, and Datil Peppers (or sauce) and using a Pressure Cooker !!!
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Re: Boiled Peanuts .....

Postby Olf Art » Mon May 02, 2016 4:05 pm

Big Casino wrote:My favorite recipe is simple.... SALT, fresh garlic, and Datil Peppers (or sauce) and using a Pressure Cooker !!!

Diamond Jim, you could probably use fresh Datil peppers for snack food. I can't do it, bro. :lol: Our son can go into a wing house, order the hottest thing on the menu, and then dump about a half bottle of hot sauce on top of that before he eats. I'll tell ya' quick .... I ain't tough enough to run with you boys!!
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