From Library Journal
A few years ago, food writer Sampson started playing around with a recipe for sweet and spicy pecans and then with other combinations of nuts and flavorings. Now she and her husband have their own business, Sampson's Nuts. Here are the recipes for the pecans that started it all, along with other "Savory Nuts," "Hot Nuts," and "Sweet Nuts," any of which would make a great gift from the kitchen as well as a party nibble. With its narrow focus, this is not a necessary purchase for most libraries, but larger collections may want to add it.
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