Autumn is here and what a wonderful season of the year to host a party. It is also back to school time, the harvest and football season.
Dry-roasted and salted peanuts add to the smoky flavor of roasted winter vegetables. Sure to warm you on a chilly day.
Living on a farm in the country means doing without things like hotels but we have a constant flow of visitors who we adore. We decided that our family, photographer friends and fellow farm families needed a place of their own to stay when visiting so we recently remodeled and opened a guest home on the farm… just across the field from our own home. For many of my photography workshop retreats, my friend Denise will be the official cook. She and I knew there needed to be an official farm cookie so we dug through dusty recipe books, sifted through index cards handed down and shuffled through boxes.
What if you could increase the amount of protein and other beneficial nutrients, lower the amount of mostly good fats and still keep the great flavor of peanuts and peanut butter? Gluten-free peanut flour may be the answer.
Great for tailgating parties or as a snack for after school or for family movie night.
One try of the refreshing tastes of apples and peanut butter is sure to make this a morning favorite.
There’s nothing quite like a traditional hummus recipe for a party. This one has the added nutty flavor of crunchy peanut butter.
Students of all ages learn peanut facts and nutrition lessons with downloadable teacher’s guides, posters and a comic book.
Peanuts and nuts all have benefits, but only one has the most energy-boosting protein. Compare nutrient elements of peanuts and nuts here.
Peanuts and peanut butter are nutrient-dense foods that have vitamins and protein for growing kids, with a flavor that they love!
Ninety-nine percent of people do not have a peanut allergy. Learn more to help keep people with food allergies safe while allowing others to enjoy this tasty and nutritious food.
Athletes the world over rely on peanut butter to provide long-lasting energy for their competitive lifestyle.
Peanuts are a naturally delicious and nutritious part of your gluten-free life.
In a nutshell, peanuts are a “total package” nutrient-dense food with more protein than any nut and good fats, that help fight hunger.
As the average age of America’s farmers continues to rise, what will happen to the future of farming? Young farmers offer views.
This chocolate peanut butter dip is a quick and easy dessert to make for all occasion. Pair it with fruits and vegetables for a dazzling nutritious snack!
Instead of using bread crumbs this recipe uses peanut flour to batter the scallops. Peanut flour is a great alternative for someone on a gluten-free diet.
With warmer weather, our no-bake refrigerated cheesecake is sure to please. And cheesecake with peanut butter and chocolate–it doesn’t get much better than that.
Need an afternoon snack the whole family can enjoy? Kids can help you make this creative and tasty treat.
As a bonus, get a recipe for a delicious honey-mustard dressing by clicking here. Our beautiful and nutrient-dense creation is a side dish or main meal.
Ideal as a marinade, basting or dipping sauce, it works magic with grilled chicken or oven-cooked wings.
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Like many natural foods, peanuts grow underground. From tiny seeds to brilliant blooming flowers and sturdy pegs, learn more about the life of a peanut plant.
Where are peanuts grown in the United States? Which state grows the most? Where are peanuts exported?
As the “Father of the Peanut Industry,” Carver developed more than 300 uses for peanuts. Even Franklin D. Roosevelt and Thomas Edison were fans.