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Tuesday, January 11, 2011


I love to take warm, freshly roasted peanuts in my pocket when I go walking in the cold.  Not only is it a tasty and healthy snack but it keeps your hands warm.  The added bonus is that if you encounter any elephants on your walk you can make friends with them.  It's always nice to have something for elephants.  You never know when you'll bump into one.

Buy raw peanuts.  Set the oven on 350 degrees.  Roast them on a cookie sheet for about ten minutes. Use a cookie sheet with a lip around it so the nuts don't fall off. You may like to roast them longer so check one to make sure you're ready to take them out.

Pack a handful in your pocket and start walking. Watch for elephants.

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