And they're not canned!
Picked up a couple pounds of fresh peanuts at the farmers market Saturday. I miss boiled green peanuts so bad.
I dunno, it's been a few years since I've had them, and they tasted fine, even when not made/bought in the South! We New Orleans homesickers can enjoy our Berled Peanuts anywheres! And I have been informed that "green" just means fresh, unsalted, untreated, right off the peanut tree peanuts.
Berled Green Peanuts Recipe:
A buncha peanuts (1lb or 2)
A whole lotta salt (1/3rd cup, water should be briney)
A big pot
A lotta water
Put first two ingredients in the third. Boil for a couple hours.
The new husband didn't like 'em too much, he kept wantin' them to taste roasted. But he couldn't stop eatin' 'em!
A link to an explanation of the historical difference in apostrophe usage for it's/its -- It's (versus Its).
I post the link here because I know it'd be of interest to certain other Sepulchritudians (you know who you are) as well as perhaps the odd word whore (is there any other kind?).
Two new pieces added to Suffering is Hip:
Hespeth's Mythoscopes for Fall/Winter 2003. Melusine's (Hespeth's) latest pithy prognostications.
Word Whores: Logomachy. A little wordy exchange betwixt the Marquis and Bat with some etymology thrown in for good measure.