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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2003
The owners of Jeppi Nut Co., a household name among nut and candy lovers in Baltimore for 119 years, say they are confident their store's move to Timonium will prevent a federal court from halting the company's operations. Such a move was threatened when the Food and Drug Administration filed a complaint Feb. 5 stemming from a federal report of rodent and insect infestation. Rather than renovate their aged facility at 312 N. High St., as suggested by the FDA, the company's owners will spend the next two weeks moving to a newer building near Interstate 83 in Timonium.
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By Gwen Schoen and Gwen Schoen,McClatchy-Tribune | November 12, 2008
Some people take pistachios for granted. We love them sprinkled liberally over ice cream. Shaved over salads. Toasted and chopped for a halibut crust. Packed for some crunch punch in cookies. Sunken like treasure in soups. Dusted with tangy spice rubs. Even straight-up with a drink at the game - they can give peanuts an inferiority complex. Pistachios are native to the Middle East and are likely the oldest cultivated nut tree in history. Archaeological evidence shows traces of pistachios as far back as 7000 B.C. The first commercial pistachio crop was grown in California in 1976 and it produced 1.5 million pounds of nuts.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | February 1, 2004
When the country goes on anti-fat mood swings, John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc. suffers. The Elk Grove Village, Ill.-based nut company has endured several fat-fighting episodes, but until recently it never benefited from health trends. Because of such protein-rich diets as Atkins and new heart-healthy claims available to nut sellers, Americans are increasingly snacking on the treats, tossing them on salads and seeking prepackaged foods with nuts. "This has been really a unique period," said Jasper Sanfilippo, the company's chief executive.
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By Kathy Casey and Kathy Casey,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | December 31, 1997
People all over the world delight in eating nuts roasted, raw and ground. We enjoy them out of hand and in a wide variety of sweet and savory foods from breakfast to snacks to dinner to desserts.Nuts are dry fruits or seeds that generally consist of an edible kernel enclosed in a shell. That shell can range from medium-hard, thin and brittle to woody and tough. The seeds of a few other plants that are not strictly nuts are also considered nuts for culinary purposes.Nuts are sold shelled and unshelled in a variety of forms: blanched or unblanched, raw, dry- or oil-roasted, with or without salt, chopped, sliced, ground (as in butters or flours)
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2003
Wanda L. Hewett of Spring Lake, N.C., wrote briefly: "I would appreciate it if you could find me a recipe for a pineapple and macadamia nut cake. I don't know if it is an upside-down cake or not. Thanks for your help." Sherry Lilley of Sprakers, N.Y., responded with a recipe. Pineapple-Macadamia Upside-Down Cake Serves 8 to 10 TOPPING: 1/4 cup butter, melted 1/3 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 cup toasted, chopped macadamia nuts (or pecans) 7 fresh pineapple rings, cut 1/4 inch thick (or canned rings, drained and patted dry)
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By DAN BERGER | November 5, 1999
Don't demand that O'Malley make good on every promise immediately. Wait till he is inaugurated.Henceforth, everything is Mike Hargrove's fault.Too many nuts, not all of whom are gun nuts, go nuts with guns.The Clinton administration supports the true democrats of Serbia, if it can find any.
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By Scott Higham and Scott Higham,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1997
In a stinging defeat for federal prosecutors, a jury in Baltimore deadlocked yesterday over whether a Florida businessman intended to defraud the government by supplying substandard hardware to defense contractors building sensitive weapons systems.With the jury hung, the judge declared a mistrial in the complicated case, which examined the nuts and bolts of how weapons systems such as F-22 fighters and cruise missile launchers are held together.No injuries or accidents have been blamed on the fasteners.
NEWS
December 14, 2003
The most common food allergies are to nuts, shellfish, milk, wheat and eggs. -- Top 10 of Everything 2004 by Russell Ash
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By Photos by Monica Lopossay and Photos by Monica Lopossay,Sun photographer | November 27, 2006
Popcorn will tell on itself. "That's how you know it's done. If you just listen, it just tells right on itself," says Edward Morning, a worker at the Jeppi Nut Co., which has been in business for more than 100 years. Dozens of times a day, for 13 years, Morning has prepared popcorn and an assortment of nuts. But unlike popcorn, nuts are a guessing game. "Nuts are funny; how long you cook them depends on what country they are from and the type of nut," he says.
FEATURES
By Los Angeles Times Syndicate | March 14, 1993
This rich-tasting baklava contains half the amount of sugar and a fraction of the fat you would normally use, thanks to reduced fats, sugar and nuts. The results will fool anyone.BaklavaMakes 35 pieces.1/2 pound shelled pistachio nuts, ground1 tablespoon sugar3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon1 1/2 tablespoons rose water1/2 pound phyllo dough1/2 cup low-calorie margarine, meltedrose water syrup (see below)whole cloves, optionalCombine pistachio nuts, sugar, cinnamon and rose water in small bowl.
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