“You can crack a pecan by holding two of them together in the palm of your hand and squeezing until one of them breaks, and then you can pick out the nutmeat; you can easily get a quart of nutmeats in an evening of watching TV.”
“I am told that they will be eating lobster pie, Grenadine of beef, and a sticky nutmeat pudding with vanilla bean ice cream to top it all off.”
“The truth was like a nutmeat protected by a tough shell of fact; and his job was to smash the resistant outer covering.”
“She cracked those with her teeth, then extracted the sweet nutmeat.”
“The general cracked one between his front teeth, tossed the shell into a com - munal basket in the center of the long table, and gnawed on the nutmeat Soon the room was filled with sharp cracking noises and Hying shells.”
“Winter recipes: savory mushroom and nutmeat roast warms vegetarian cold-weather dining”
“It's mighty hard to find a better-tasting nutmeat or one that's more difficult to get at, including ...”
“Their shells should not be cracked, pierced or stained, as this is oftentimes a sign of mold development on the nutmeat, which renders it unsafe for consumption.”
“With a serrated paring knife, score an "X" into the flat surface of the shell (try to avoid the nutmeat).”
“And how many boilings until I "taste the nutmeat"?”
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Self-explanatory, I'd think.
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