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American Classics: Chocolate Peanut Pie

Sweets Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

For years I've looked longingly in the direction of pecan pie, but with a tree nut allergy, I figured my love would remain unrequited. Then I learned of a Peanut Pie that hails from Virginia and the Carolinas. It sounded just like the nuts + sweet goo that I crave, and turns out, it's all that and more. More

Chocolate Peanut Pie

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 1 comment

The chocolate, peanut, and sweet goo combination in this pie is reminiscent of a candy bar come to life, with an added air of sophistication from the molasses. More

Bar Bites: Sea Salt and Vinegar Peanuts

Marvin Gapultos 9 comments

Peanuts are a natural when it comes to beer-friendly snacks, as are salt and vinegar potato chips. This is an easy recipe that combines the two snacks into one. More

Sea Salt and Vinegar Peanuts

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos 6 comments

Peanuts are a natural when it comes to beer-friendly snacks, as are salt and vinegar potato chips. This is an easy recipe that combines the two snacks into one. More

Charles Phan's Green Papaya Salad with Rau Ram, Peanuts, and Crispy Shallots

Kate Williams 1 comment

Charles Phan's version of the green papaya salad is relatively simple. Crisp papaya slivers mingle with pickled carrots, fried tofu, cucumbers, and celery. A dressing of potent fish sauce, vinegar, garlic, and chiles brings the vegetables together, and then the whole caboodle is topped with fried shallots and roasted peanuts. More

Charles Phan's Green Papaya Salad with Rau Ram, Peanuts, and Crispy Shallots

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Phan's version is relatively simple; crisp green papaya slivers mingle with pickled carrots, fried tofu, cucumbers, and celery. A dressing of potent fish sauce, vinegar, garlic, and chiles brings the vegetables together, and then the whole caboodle is topped with fried shallots and roasted peanuts. You will, of course, have find a good way to julienne a giant papaya, pickle carrots, fry both tofu and shallots, and mix it all together before dinner. It is no last-minute side dish, but you'll be happy to have put in the time. More

Snacker Bars

Serious Eats Emma Kobolakis 5 comments

These bars are a serious undertaking. But lucky for them, they are seriously delicious. Based on a bar with a similar name (and I'm sure you can figure out which), the combination of nougat, caramel and chocolate is as classic as it is crave-able. More

Will Peanut Butter Prices Shrink This Year?

That's Nuts Lee Zalben 6 comments

This year we saw peanut butter prices shoot up because of a peanut shortage. But with this year's giant peanut crop, we may see lower peanut butter prices again soon. Just what is going on? Let me explain. More

DIY Peanut (and Other Nut) Butters

Molly Sheridan 3 comments

Even if the "recipe" for making your own peanut butter is little more than "place ingredients in food processor and run till smooth," after yet another wide-scale recall of commercial brands, it seemed worth the reminder about how easy it is to whip up at home. More

Naomi Duguid's Banana Flower Salad, Rakhine Style

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

I had never eaten banana flowers until this week, let alone carry one home and prepare it myself. But after making the Banana Flower Salad from Naomi Duguid's Burma, I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for the purple buds from now on. More

Naomi Duguid's Chopped Roasted Peanuts

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

These nuts are a key ingredient to many Burmese dishes (like Banana Flower Salad) and are worth roasting and chopping in bulk so you'll have them on hand. More

Peanut Butter Honey Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 6 comments

A creamy, deeply peanutty scoop with the complex flavor of honey. More

Cold Sichuan Noodles with Spinach and Peanuts

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 4 comments

This hot and numbing cold noodle salad is a take on Dan Dan Mein, with spinach replacing a healthy portion of the noodles. The tangy and hot dressing slings wonderfully to the blanched leaves, delivering powerful and balanced flavor in every bite. More

American Classics: Peanut Pralines

Sweets Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

I've heard people wax lyrically about pecan pralines, but peanut pralines were new to me. And when I saw how easy it was to make these three ingredient candies, I had to give them a try. More

Peanut Pralines

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 3 comments

These pralines are similar in taste and texture to the outside of a Payday bar and, best of all, they're super simple to make. More

That's Nuts: Peanut Pico de Gallo

That's Nuts Lee Zalben Post a comment

Making mole sauce isn't the only way to incorporate peanuts into Mexican cuisine. Try a peanut-filled salsa fresca, or pico de gallo, for a great pairing of spicy and nutty flavors. More

Peanut Pico de Gallo

Serious Eats Lee Zalben 1 comment

Classic pico de gallo with a scattering of peanuts. More

Peanutty Doughnuts Around New York

New York Lee Zalben 5 comments

Everyone loves peanuts and peanut butter, and can anybody pass up a doughnut? Check out these 4 delicious treats that combine two of my favorite passions. More

Ever Tried Peanuts in Coke?

That's Nuts Lee Zalben 96 comments

First take a few swigs of the soda and when there seems to be enough room in the bottle, pour in a package of salted peanuts. Many dieheards insist that you've got to do this in a glass bottle, not plastic or a can, for the full effect. And sticklers will tell you definitely no Diet Coke, Coke Zero, or other brand substitutions allowed. More

Goldenberg's Peanut Chews Get a New, Old-Fashioned Look

That's Nuts Lee Zalben 15 comments

Everything old is new again for Goldenberg's Peanut Chews, a Philadelpia favorite for almost 100 years. The recipe's the same, but the old school treat has a new package that goes back to its roots. More

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