National Peanut Brittle Day is a celebration held on January 26 every year. With more than thousands of candies, Peanut Brittle are the most loved confectionery by millions of people from all over the world. The chewy texture of the candy and the nutty taste of peanuts will make anyone who enjoys it fall in love. Delicious crispy peanuts will make you taste it anytime. National Peanut Brittle Day wouldn't be complete without enjoying your sweet treat with some Peanut Brittle.
To whom should we thank?
There are as many stories about making peanut brittle as there are recipes on how to make it. While many cultures have been inventing nuts and syrups for centuries, chances are the crunchy peanuts we know and love originated in America.
Legend has it that around 1890, a Southern woman mistakenly created crunchy peanuts. Apparently she created the foam when she added baking soda instead of cream of tartar. However, not wanting to waste the ingredients, she continued to cook, resulting in the cake becoming crispy instead of chewy.
Tony Beaver Peanut Brittle Another version of the story, also native to the South, credits legendary hero Tony Beaver with the hero's birth.
For those of you unfamiliar with Tony Beaver, he is a figure in Southern folklore, commonly referred to as Paul Bunyan's cousin. As the story goes, Beaver saved a town from flooding by dumping peanuts and molasses into the river. In the end, the town was saved and the people had a delicious meal to celebrate the occasion.
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Regardless of which story you choose, it's hard to argue that crunchy peanuts are a Southern invention: a fact that's not hard to believe considering the prevalence of peanut farming in warmer climates. But luckily for us, this Southern secret has popped up across the country and around the world. So you can enjoy this American innovation, wherever you are.
History of National Peanut Brittle Day
There is not any clear information about the origin, history and year of National Peanut Brittle Day. There is no precise mention of the person or organization that devised such a Celebration for the peanut crisps. Brittle is said to be one of the first candy desserts ever made. Peanut Brittle consists of caramelized sugar or corn syrup. The nuts are put into the molten sugar and then poured onto a flat surface such as granite or marble and smoothed into a thin sheet. The candy solidifies into a hard, crunchy candy that is broken down into smaller pieces. Some of the best crisps are hand-stretched into a thin, easy-to-crack and melt-in-your-mouth candy.
Then add peanuts and the mixture is poured onto a flat surface surface such as granite or marble and smoothed into an even sheet. The final candy will be a hard, flat candy. As it cools, the candy can break into pieces. The first peanut crispy recipe appeared in an American cookbook, however, the exact origin of this cake is still unknown. It is not easy to make peanut crispy because it needs high finishing and precise temperature.
How to celebrate National Peanut Brittle Day
Everyone loves the Peanut Brittle and the 19th-century sweet, has become so popular nationally that it has joined their own legion of dishes of the day. Celebrate Peanut Brittle Day by picking up a few bars Peanut Brittle from your local store or even trying to make some yourself.
Versatile recipes and add your own personal touch to create a unique version of the classic crisps we all know and love. A word of caution, however - it's not easy to create this level of perfection in your own home, as it requires all sorts of complicated temperature controls, so to avoid any disappointment any hope, perhaps a good idea or bar to back up. However you decide to spend this day, make sure you go crazy!
Fill your mouth with some crunchy peanuts to celebrate this day. Visit a local confectionery store and buy crunchy peanuts to eat anytime. Learn about peanut brittleness and how to make it from any reliable source. Prepare a homemade crunchy peanut treat for your family and friends to make the day fun. Share your crunchy celebration on social media using the hashtag #NationalPeanutBrittleDay.
ObservedNational Peanut Brittle Day has been observed annually on January 26th.
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