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July 20, 2013

The Pantry Quiz #44

Pine nuts

Do you know?

Other than the fact that they're all fixtures in The Perfect Pantry, name one thing pine nuts, cashews, walnuts and almonds have in common.

(Hint: They do, but money doesn't.)

__________

Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.

[Last week's answer: Rice bran oil has the highest smoke point.]

You can find most answers to The Pantry Quiz by using the search box at right, at the top of the page, to hunt for clues. Come back next Saturday for the answer to today's quiz question.

Comments

They all grow on trees. Lydia, still no success growing money on trees? Keeping it a family secret????? Denise

They are all tree nuts.

Obviously! Silly me, I didn't think of it. Interesting how otherwise they are so different in their manner of growth, family, ease/difficulty of gathering. So many differences...

ok, but how do the others grow?? :-D
I think peanuts grow on bushes but what about pecans and filberts etc?

They grow on trees! Fun one, Lydia!

Ha ha! They all grow on trees. I have all of them on hand, at all times. We even have an almond tree in our backyard.

I'm not sure because I never thought of peanuts as growing on trees?

Trees! Peanuts are a legume and grow in the ground. Hence the name some give them--ground nuts.

And, peanuts aren't on the list in the question anyway--
And cashews could be the subject of another quiz... http://www.theperfectpantry.com/2009/10/cashews-recipe-muhammara.html

They can all be used in pesto!

They are all seeds!

All of those nuts make amazing Fresh Tomato Pesto.

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