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20 New Recipes to Get You Really Excited About Peanuts

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Coming up with new recipes that keep meal time or snack time interesting and nutritious can be a challenge. That’s why we came up with 20 new peanut and peanut butter recipes that are delicious and satisfying—for any time of day or any picky pallet.

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Tastes of the World to share this holiday season

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Some major holidays such as Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years are celebrated around the world, and food traditions vary from culture to culture. When family and friends gather together to celebrate, they usually eat dishes that are near and dear to their hearts. These foods are deeply rooted in history and tradition.

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Power Your Way Through Finals with Peanuts

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The end of the year is approaching. And students—you know what that means—getting through finals. While taking finals may be difficult enough, lacking the energy can make it even harder. High-powered snacks, like peanuts and peanut butter, can help give you the extra energy needed to get you through your daily activities.

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Autumn Staff Favorites: Apple Pear Crisp with Peanut Butter


Crisps, crumbles, or cobblers, how can you go wrong with baked fruit blanketed under a delicious topping? My favorite autumn foods are pears and apples, and I love baked fruit. Needless to say, this recipe from Good Housekeeping for Apple Pear Crisp with Peanut Butter is one of my favorite Autumn dishes.

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College Students Use the Power of Peanuts to Boost Their Service Organizations

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This fall, college students from around the U.S. shared their love for peanuts and peanut butter through an innovative social media contest called Snack Attack. The contest challenged college service centers to host their own Snack Attack party and generate the most engagement and excitement about the power of peanuts through Twitter and Instagram using #peanutpower.

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Treading Lightly: The Water Footprint of Peanuts

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Peanuts are efficient water-users. It takes 18 gallons of water to grow an ounce of peanuts. 98 gallons of water to grow an ounce of almonds.

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Peanut Butter Lovers Put Their Passion in Prize-Winning Recipes

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Peanut butter tugs at the heart-strings of many Americans. So when the opportunity came for students at the Art Institute to develop a dish for a National Peanut Butter Lovers month recipe contest, their passion for peanut butter led to some prize-worthy displays of culinary innovation. Here are their stories and their creations.

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Registered Dietitians Get a Taste of This Fall’s Peanut Harvest


When the seasons change to autumn, peanut farmers go into high gear. The Fall is harvest season and this year several registered dietitian nutritionists had an opportunity to visit a farm and witness the annual peanut harvest first hand.

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Preparing for the Holidays with Food Allergies

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Holiday gatherings are usually filled with family, friends – and food. Here are some tips from FAACT for traveling this holiday season, as well as dining in/out to help you avoid any potential dangers, so you can have a happy holiday season! Eleanor Garrow Holding, president & CEO of FAACT, shares her tips on traveling and eating in/out while successfully managing food allergies during this holiday season.

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Autumn Staff Favorite: Chai-Spiced Butternut Squash Soup with Peanut Garnish

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My favorite autumn recipe comes from my married daughter, Caroline, who introduced me this creamy Chai-Spiced Butternut Squash Soup with Peanut Garnish just a few weeks ago. It quickly became one of my most shareable dishes. The warm, inviting spices of Chai—cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and cardamom give the soup its subtle flavor. Apple cider and a peanut garnish add a touch of sweetness.

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