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Old 01-30-2009, 09:44 AM
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Not in any real order: pecans, roasted pistachios in the shell, roasted salted peanuts in the shell.
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Mojito, filberts are like small, more rounded acorns. Kind of sweet and not real crunchy.
Filberts are good, but I haven't had them since I was a kid and they were in the family's "mixed nut display" around the holiday. I always picked them out first.

Cashews are my favorite plain nut.
But walnuts are right up there, too. Especially if they have a brownie attached to them!
filberts = hazelnuts
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:33 AM
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poor sattie, everyone is ganging up on you. I still love you. ;-)
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It's an honor to be voted as a favorite nut, so it's ganging up in a good way. My list:

1. Sattie
2. Pistachio
3/4 Walnuts & Pecans
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Honestly. small redskins...
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I forgot what I have on hand all the time, even cutting in half and put in salads: Smokehouse almonds.
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Pistachios, cashews (but can't eat a lot of em at one time) and anything honey roasted!
Planters Dry Roasted is pretty good too though.
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Trakternut!
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Hey Sattie, a brazilian nuts that's a lot isn't it?
Seriously, most of the hazelnuts/filberts produced in the US are located in the Willamette Valley, OR where I do my nursery thing. They are grown on non irrigated ground, flower in January and are harvested in October with a sweeper apparatus. I like 'em roasted/no salt with dried fruit.
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Mr. Green Jeans, harvesting must be fun to watch! I love brazil nuts, too.
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Love those cashews, roasted and salted in the can.

Honey roasted peanuts, too.
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Pecans are my favorite followed by cashews, walnuts and almonds
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Personal fav is tamari roasted almonds and pecans. I do them for Christmas baskets.
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SMOKED ALMONDS, followed by pistacios and cashews.
I love my nuts.

Oh wait, did that sound proper?!
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Proper here? Who knows? If it doesn't spell B A C O N, maybe not. But it WAS cute.
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Old 03-22-2009, 09:43 AM
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Tamari Roasted Almonds

Preheat oven to 275
3# bag of whole raw almonds
Pour into a latge roasting pan and place in oven to roast 25 - 30 minutes
Remove from oven, sprinkle (3 -4 Tbsp) with tamari stir and return to oven.
Repeat every 10 minutes 4 - 5 x Tamari will carmelize on nuts turning them a rich, dark brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool to room temprature before bagging or transfering to containers.

Works well with pecans too just shorten roasting time to 15 - 20 minutes.

Note: use tamari NOT soy sauce!
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My favorite nut? No doubt, it has to be my left, followed closely by my right.

There, everyone was waiting for some fool to come up with that one, so I'll take the hit for the team.
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My favorite nut? No doubt, it has to be my left, followed closely by my right.

There, everyone was waiting for some fool to come up with that one, so I'll take the hit for the team.
yeap, I was waiting, just didn't think it would be you!! LOL I thought more along the lines of BT or RJ
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My wife!... Just kidding!

My favorite nuts are sunflower seeds! Yummy!! Are those considerd nuts or seeds?
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Nut--one seeded by abortion (only one ovule matures), usually hard-shelled. A small nut is a nutlet
Capsule--usually from a compound pistil, usually many-seeded. Capsules show various means of dehiscence ~that be your sunflower seed.
Sorry, a horticulturalist by training.
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Nut--one seeded by abortion (only one ovule matures), usually hard-shelled. A small nut is a nutlet
Capsule--usually from a compound pistil, usually many-seeded. Capsules show various means of dehiscence ~that be your sunflower seed.
Sorry, a horticulturalist by training.
I suspected but didnt know for sure!

Fine.. Then does a Buckeye count? Even though you can't eat them it is my favorite nut... If it has to be an edible nut then I pick.... Boiled Peanuts!!
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My favorite nut? No doubt, it has to be my left, followed closely by my right.

There, everyone was waiting for some fool to come up with that one, so I'll take the hit for the team.
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[QUOTE=blondebullfrog; Fine.. Then does a Buckeye count? Even though you can't eat them it is my favorite nut..[/QUOTE]

Damn right it does! And buckeye nuts are transplanted everywhere.
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