Thursday, July 12, 2007

Another mystery solved

I got impatient and googled 'wet nuts'. Dangerous, I know.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketBelieve it or not, there's actually a website that describes them. Basically, wet nuts are chopped nuts in a sugary syrup. They're most populare in the New York/New Jersey area. You can purchase them from Smuckers online if you can't find them locally.

Interesting that it's only common in a small region. It would be interesting to try them, although the name could use some improving. Wet nuts just doesn't sound very appetizing.


The cartoon is just for fun. It's not often I can identify with Broom Hilda. :)

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3 comments:

Donna Alice said...

April, thanks for clearing up this mystery. I saw these at the Golden Corral in South Carolina. Had no idea what made wet nuts different than dry.

I enjoy your blog every time I read it. Can't think why I don't come over here more often! You should remind those of us on the group.

Erica Vetsch said...

Loved the cartoon. And I so can relate.

I'd never heard of 'wet nuts' either. It sounds icky!

craftymama said...

You are a brave gal to google that! hehehehe! That cracked me up. I've never heard of them either...not a nut fan so, I don't think I'll try them...