Chewy and yummy…Peanut Brittle Day

It’s also National Peanut Brittle Day.
Peanuts became more popular during the Civil War, and whether melting and cooking slabs of peanutty confection seemed attributable to historical accounts.
The Menu Shoppe has it covered…classic finds and gourmet treats.
Of course, classic peanut brittle is hand pulled, cooked and stirred in copper kettles.
Some great regional finds from Georgia and Virginia.
…and then there’s sophisticated gourmet varieties…
of course, from gilttaste.com
Fleur de Sel,  Chai Tea and Cashew, Indian Curry and Pistachio Chocolate… also  Chocolate  Herbes de Provence and Almond Brittle…herbal aromatics with hints of rosemary, lavender, sage, and thyme. 
If it’s on the menu…the Menu Shoppe has it covered.
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